I know the odyssey discussion was awhile ago and so I may be too late, but there is nothing wrong with them...I think they're probably on the better side of the budget range, a half step down from RMR. There are literally TONS of those boats around here - easily the most numerous boat in SW Montana. I've not heard of problems with them, they seem to be simple and durable. I'm sure you'll get 10 years out of one if you take care of it and by then your needs will change anyways. I wouldn't hesitate if it were in good shape...with that said, they are thinner/lighter material, so if they look weathered, faded etc. I would be more hesitant. Simple advice I know but if they're stored outside and faded, they won't last as long...
Edit, I just relooked above, there really wasn't any discussion, unless I'm blind. That boat seems like it's in good shape - I can't say that's a screaming deal as it's a very simply set up. But I don't think it's a bad deal. I have an acquaintance that bought one, brand new end of season closeout, I think he paid $2600 with an NRS fishing frame and two oars... You might look around for such a deal in the near future. Bob Wards (several Montana towns), Capitol sports in Helena and Sunshine sports in Billings all sell them, as does the Round house here in Bzn. On another note, check out cross currents fly shop in Craig Montana, they sell their rental gear pretty cheap at the end of the season and will ship.
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