f you watch the swap here, NRS, and craigslist I bet if you are patient and ready when it comes you could find a good used raft and with a couple add ons have something that will work long term for not a whole lot more. Raft to me is actually easier to setup and transport with a basic frame, problem comes in with the fishing seats. I have a Scadden along with my raft and it’s probably more of a pain to setup. I leave it up though and just roof rack it. Especially if you are going to do stillwater too, then the Creek might be better to take a motor but if you wire it all up for a depth finder, battery, etc., it gets more tricky.
Class III is kind of giant catch all range. For fishable flows around here you are probably fine, just don’t run stuff when it’s big during runoff. It looks like a decent boat, especially at the sale price. Probably a good value, just those couple corners they cut I mentioned. Biggest issue you are going to have is setup/ takedown and hauling all that metal around and storage. If you are going to run it as a one-man toon, I bet you could run some pretty good sized stuff, it’s the two man configuration that I’m not sure about. Accessories kill you too. Rod holders, dry bags, you are going to want some kind of electric pump, spare oar, I would carry a throw bag, pfd’s, anchor, oar rights, fins, etc. all add up really fast. Enjoy the new toy!