It all depends on what you're looking for. They are real popular boats on LOTO. It fit my particular boating needs at the right price, so I bought one. I Had to compromise with the wifey. LOTO is really rough, so I wanted as big a boat as I could get and still stay with a single and tow with a half ton truck. And it had to be sporty looking. She wanted something less bumpy than the old boat, and of course a bathroom. So this was a good fit. It's 6000# with a standard tried and true 24 degree deep v hull. May be old hull design technology, but rides like a caddy. Got close to 5' of headroom in the cabin with a galley, running water, enclosed head, seats and a v-berth. So it's pretty cushy for a boat this size. Not the fastest ride around though. I'm just shy of 60 gps with a 385hp 454mag in ideal conditions. This boat needs a lot of hp to get going.
It's not a "name" brand, but digging into it's construction, it's built pretty much the same as a Baja. Not Cigarette quality, but not bayliner. For the price, I felt it was good. Uses fiberglassed XL stringers and XL boat panel for the bulkheads, transom and decks. Shouldn't rot over time. The deck is through bolted and glassed to the hull like Baja's. Wish it was bonded like Formula's but it's ok I guess.
Problem areas are the gas tank and seats. I had to remount and foam in the fuel tank to take the rough water and through bolt the bolster seats.
Had a decent custom paint job put on, and a 1000 watt stereo added. I think it came out pretty good for the dollar. Here's my baby