Maybe if the price was really right. Kenaston had one in the late 80s. He thought it was a poor imitation of a bad design (Campways). Water pooled in the front and it was noticably slower than the Aire Lynx that came out about then, hence the nickname Slow Mo. We all bought Aires and never looked back. But Slow Mo was fairly stable and it would be better than nothing for guests.
I'm not happy about being over the hill, but I am grateful there wasn't a cliff at the summit! - Frank and Ernest