I bought a V-20 with a Mercury 250 pro XS last April from Billy Sartin at Sartin Marine.
After they rigged the dual 10' blades and when I loaded it down with tackle, gear and a full tournament load it had a tendency to try and porpoise when I got on plane and then backed off and tried to cruise at low speeds. If I would go ahead and stay in the throttle it would not do it.
It originally had a 10" manual jack plate on it. Randy Qualls (the owner of Legend Boats) picked it up and took it to the factory on a Tuesday and I had it back the following Saturday. They put a 15" Hydro-Dynamics jack plate with a hole shot plate on the bottom. Problem was fixed.
I love the attention to detail that Legend puts into their boats and the huge amount of storage these things have. I broke it in at Rayburn and got in some 20+ mph wind that kicked the waves up pretty good. The boat handles good in rough water and will keep you dry.
My trailer has to go back to EZ Loader because of a loose bolt on my wheel hubs caused a vibration and shook the fenders so much the welds broke loose but there again Randy is going to bring me another trailer to use and take mine back to AR and have it fixed.
I understand that things happen so I have no problem as long as the Dealer and Manufacturer take care of you.
I'll be glad to take you out and let you run mine if you get around Lake Fork.
When you get ready to purchase go see Billy, you'll be glad you did.
Phil 4:13 "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me"