It probably comes as no surprise that I'm nerding-out pretty hard on the @crustbikes rack. I'll do a little review once I have used it properly but out of the box I am impressed by the thoughtful design. It's intended as a front rack but I'm goofing around and found it can work on the rear of the Evasion.
The basic idea is that it can be run in two modes. The first is as a sort of mini rack that exists somewhere between a traditional rando rack and a porteur rack (195mm W x 210mm L). This is a really practical size that perfectly matches a Wald 137 basket. It looks fucking adorable.
When you need more cargo capacity, the sides bolt on and you can run low rider panniers. It's super easy to swap them out.
The system for positioning the rack is particularly clever and lets you set it exactly where you want it which is nice if you are super anal about this sort of thing (I clearly am since I am doing. 3000 word review on my phone). The strut clamps can be placed in different holes and they rotate on two axes (the struts can rotate as well), so it's possible to fit just about any fork/stay mounts without having to bend the struts. It also has a little adapter to work with bikes that have a center mount in the fork crown. Just be aware that you need mid-blade fork mounts for the pannier attachment.
Anyway, there is a lot more to say about this rack but for now I think the most important thing to know is that it is exceptionally well suited as a toilet paper holder. And be sure to add a note to your order saying that Hobocross referred you so I get my 2% sales commission.