Overall, love my Feelfree Moken 14. I am new to paddling as of last summer. Wanted a fishing kayak but not the crazy width of a lot of other like fishing kayaks. This thing tracks well, and is a lot easier to paddle long distances. I had tried a Feelfree Lure and really noticed how much easier it was to paddle. It is not as stable as the wider ones but I wasn't after that. The incorporated wheel has been an excellent feature. The small lake I got to has a grassy area that I unload into and then drag the kayak to the water's edge so being able to do that by myself is awesome. I look forward to lots of fishing on this kayak.
The seat was very comfortable and the storage compartments and hatches were great. It tracked well and its capacity was more than enough for a big guy like me - 6'1" 240lbs and all my gear. The baitwell area holds a large milk crate and is equipped with many bungee tie downs as well as paddle/fishing pole leashes. An 8" day hatch is located just behind the seat. 2 mesh pouches on either side of the seat area hold needed gear. The storage console in front of the seat is great for more storage/mounting of accessories. The wheel in the keel was somewhat helpful but at the same time it seemed hard to keep the kayak upright when using it.
All in all, I liked this kayak, but feel the need to steer clear of this one until they can strengthen the area where the cracks are happening.
The Moken 14 paddles easily, not as easily as a touring kayak but close. The stability is great. I really love the wheel in the back for moving around. At 75# and 14' one needs to plan ahead on how to transport but once in the water it responds great. The Moken 14 tracks very well. I didn't buy one with a rudder and being in both windy and strong current conditions the kayak tracks very well.
Considering the standard features, the stability and ease of paddling I would recommend this kayak to anyone.