I've owned both and they're both great.
However, over time I'm now down to using Ludwig
flat-based cymbals stands and a Tama
Stagemaster single braces hat stand with an Iron Cobra Jr....but I digress...
After having owned the DW
stuff for a time (let's say, about a year of doing one-night stands and casuals), I came to the conclusion that it was just too much for me to carry around. It's a little over-engineered from my standpoint and really is made for those drum stars who have a least one drum tech to take care of the stuff.
RoadPro stuff is uncomplicated, and a little lighter, so I used those for alot longer before I finally went completely back to the stuff I used when I was a kid.
When the double-braced hardware first came out, I was so impressed all those years ago. Like everyone else I was convinced I had to have it or my stuff would just fall down all the time. Fast forward 25 years and my back's been paying for it lately. And it's odd that no stores even carry single-braced stuff anymore (well, save for Pro Drum in Hollywood).
But if it's just me moving the stuff, then I'd go super light. If someone is doing it for me, then heavy is good. Because the stuff doesn't get damaged while you're playing on it. It gets damaged when it gets moved around by people who don't care!