I checked them out back when I bought my 25' Daytona 3 yrs ago. seems like "a lot" of boat for the money at first glance. A little bigger/deeper etc. and whether used or new seem bargain priced.
Never saw one in person, only a bunch of pics and brochures. How are they made? Hand laid? hull bonded to deck etc? I don't know. For Loto, this stuff is real important.
The pics made them appear to be "less finished", a little more simple or functional in places. The cabin was simply carpeted at that time- spartan even for a cat. The engine hatches i saw were all fiberglass lids with goofier shapes, turned my wife off who likes to lay out on the hatch.
I know after my first trip to LOTO for the shootout a couple yrs ago I developed a much deeper respect for the integrity of my Daytona hull- it was rock solid through that slop and at times I was watching Bayliners disappear in the swells as I poked thru them and came out the other side