I would say, depends on your weight, and what you want to get out of it.
The DiN is one of the current best, but, good luck finding one, Fluid made a winner, and then left the states. I have paddled most of them, and the torments (sorry torrent) won't flip, but are barges, the pegasus are a bit faster, but still no edges. There are still prijon twisters that can be found, and it is a wicked edgy boat and max weight of 175. At 180, I could squirt it. At 210, it was damn terrifying.
One boat that could offer a decent amount of performance and fun would be a surfjet, it was a pyranha mold, but I think venture is making it now. With thigh straps and a backband it would rock.
Anyone paddle a Fusion sit on top? I'm a fan of Pyranha and I like the hatch back...
The outfitting in Dagger's Roam looks pretty cozy, but the hatch looks like it was made for ants.
I'm not really interested in paddling one myself, but I find sit on tops intriguing, and the ones I've seen in action I've actually been fairly impressed with the maneuverability and stability.
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