I am unfamiliar with this brand and you might want to be cautious as you could spend extra $ over time fixing things due to poor quality that in the end you would have saved with a quality boat. One thing to consider regarding material thickness is that the Lowe's contractor grade trash bags are 3 mil thick...and the boat's material you are looking at is 1.something. If you can swing it, i suggest spending a bit of extra $. There are frequently some good deals posted on the Buzz under rafting equipment.
For $ 600.oo thats a decent price - But only that - I'd look for a used boat first. I tried out a baltic raft in brown's canyon at low water and the material held up great on the coarse granite rock in there . the baltic raft has a few more bells and whistles than the aquos . like chafe strips and heavier d-rings ect. also complaints about the carry handles -in the way when used as a paddle boat. Better yet look at Rocky mountain rafts. heavier yet ;and with a true laced in floor ; but I did not like the way that they had the lace protector on the bottom. happy shopping
seriously, look for a good used boat and spend the extra $. It'll help you save in the end and not wind up being garage fixture in the future when you cant get the money you want for it when you upgrade.