On the negative side, it is incredibly heavy and awkward for its size. I dread moving it by hand, the one handle in the middle ensures plenty of banging into my shins. I made a cart for it for moving it otherwise but I can't avoid moving it by hand entirely due to where it's stored at my house. Its unusual shape makes it unable to use with "on the side" car carriers. I still use this for family outings, but got a lighter kayak to use for solo trips.
All in all it's very good, the downside of incredible stability is weight in this case
The kayak is also not quick, and tends to rotate off a straight course due to its shorter length and broad width. Adjustable foot pegs would also be nice as the built-in divots are not ideal.
For the price though, it is rock solid. Other yaks in this price range may not be formed in the same watertight fashion, or may not be as durable. The thing is built like a tank, and I look forward to it being a part of the family armada indefinitely.
A one, or two person kayak, this boat comes supplied with many well-designed options: two paddles with side-rail clip-holders, a covered rear storage hatch, molded foot braces, three imbedded cup holders, two clip-on adjustable back braces, a side handle for righting, front and rear eyelets for anchor/tow lines, and multiple strategically placed cleats with a bow shock cord strap. Two fishing rod holders are installed on the stern and a third is located mid-way on the starboard side. The craft is flat-bottomed. tri-hulled Polyethylene, greatly contributing to its stability allowing for stand-up fly casting.
Overall, this kayak is an excellent choice for the beginner or intermediate river or lake fisherman or woman.