Handles fairly well, but a little slow in rapid fire turns, especially if you want to do a 180 or 360 degree turn. Quite stable through small rapids, waves and choppy water at 12'long and 26"wide, but feels a little tippy till you get used to edging and entry, mostly due to the mild V-shape hull and soft chines. Robust poly construction that handles colliding with rocks at speed quite well.
Comfortable for long hours at a time, handles lakes, small to medium waves, small rapids easily. Not sure if I'd take this boat in real whitewater, though as handling isn't the best (and neither am I). Can handle going UPRIVER in significant current at decent speed for some distance with some effort reasonably well. Lots of storage room in bow and stern. Smaller cockpit than a rec boat but fairly easy entry and exit. Easily adjustable foot braces via a handle that you can change without getting out of the kayak.
There are sexier/faster/more stable/better handling/cheaper kayaks (and MUCH more expensive, too) out there, but this is a nice compromise-every weekend kayak when you want to step-up from your recreation boat. I'd buy it again.