I have been really happy with the boat, I am higher in the weight range, but the stability and predictability has been awesome. I think Pyranha has a good outfitting setup and once I got it dialed in is one of the more comfortable boats I have been in. Super easy to carve, boof, and has been great at making moves in bigger water. Its my first creeker with true edges and not a displacement hull design. While I am not running anything V+, its the first boat I instantly liked, not feeling squirly or like I am bracing all the time. That is probably my own lack of paddling skill more than anything else though. Good design for packing gear, attachments points, and access.
Only couple disadvantages I noticed: With any bigger boat it is the weight, especially when loaded, hiking in or out, but given I had the Gus before, not gaining to many pounds in boat weight. Ever since I have gotten a Jackson playboat I always notice all the holes in other manufacturer's hulls, and this one is no exception. Lots of screws for the outfitting, and still working on the best skirt for it so notice some water in my boat after runs.
Overall very pleased and happy with the choice.