The ZET Raptor is a great kayak. I've beaten mine for over a year and it's stood up to the test. Things I have learned about it:
Carves very well
Comfortable outfitting that's simple
The hull profile doesn't have the rocker that some other kayaks have so boofing it requires getting to know the boat. While the bow rises nicely and has edges to carve with and also deflect water when landing, the rocker profile behind the seat is not accentuated. This makes flat boofing, boofing off of falls and the like it more difficult. You have to pull your boof stroke longer. With this said, once you rail it, it boofs like a champ so leaner boofs are sweet.
When it lands it keeps its hull speed up because it's a little narrower than say a Stomper, so accelerating off of stuff is not a problem.
I've had over 200 days in my Raptor all over the place. The plastic is totally bomber. It has simple outfitting that reacts well to body kinestetics. Energy transfer is excellent because the outfitting doesn't wiggle around, shift, or move while initiating.
My last point which for me is a really big one...it's light. Probably the lightest creeker out there at 80 gallons. I weighed my when I first got it...42lbs. I hike my boat a lot so this is a big plus.
To air is human, to get big air divine.