I've had mine since late April. I love it, expecially with the Merc 150 4 stroke. With full fuel, livewell and 4 people, it has no problem getting on plane. That engine just shines at all rpm's but I expecially like it that at 3500 rpm's I get appx 35-36 mph and it is so quiet. It's like a nice cruise with the top down. The front splits the waves pretty good, probably not as good as some glass boats but still decent.
I added the Lowrance HDS7 gen 3 to the console and moved the cheap Lowrance Elite 3 to the bow and will eventually put a Xi5 on it for the anchor function. The Minnkota Edge has enough thrust for my fishing, if I didn't want the anchor function, I would leave the Edge on there.
It pulls tubers/knee boarders with ease with a total of 4 people in the boat/tube. I've had it up to 59 gps with my son and I in cool weather. It is very stable and fishes well. The live well is plenty large for a double crappie limit. The front deck is rather large. My son and I fish side by side with no issues. The transom at 98" is big enough for Hoss Cartrite to take a nap.
The boat itself it well built, has very large braces on the transom supporting the engine and thrust. There is a good bit of storage and the center rod locker is really nice. The led lit livewell is a lot nicer than I thought it would be.
About the only issue I have with the boat is that the fishing seats are slightly cheap. The boat does everything I have asked of it and per my own hour meter that I put on it, I have right at 100 hours of engine run time since April. No issues to speak of.
If I had to do all over again, I would absolutely buy it again.