I'm super late in getting this on here, but another agility thing Vegas and I participated in last year was the NW Agility League, hosted by Columbia Agility Team. This is a team event held for 7 weeks during the late fall with a games course and standard course each week. Volunteers design the courses and teams are formed by draw (for at least two members of each team). Teams are four people total and participants can also choose to run FEO. I volunteered myself (like a glutton for punishment) this year to be site leader which meant organizing the paperwork, adding up scores, sending them out to the teams as well as the scorekeeper, and more. All in all, while the concept of league is fun, it turns out to be a lot of work even when you don't volunteer to be site leader. After all, the things that make a trial happen have to happen here, too. The courses must be built, the bars must be set, chute fluffed, score kept, runs timed, and everything judged. But, now we've tried it two years running and at least there were moments.
Our team ended up placing in the top 15 for league so we were given a mug. The jury is still out on whether I'll give it a go again this fall, but for $26 it's one of those things that can definitely be worth it to work on areas and issues a team may have.