I use Greenland paddles when I am out for my small afternoon and day trips because it gives me less trouble with my tennis elbow. It is a fast boat for being fishform and hardchined, and it keeps a speed around 4 knots with a paddle frequency of 50 strokes/minute with my Greenland paddle. It is easy to edge with a solid secondary stability, and it responds extremely well to being steered by edging.
It is not a very stable beginners boat, and it is always needing some attention due to the extremely hard chines. But this is what makes it fun and interesting to paddle on days when the Romany would be slow and boring. And it makes me a better paddler by challenging me.
It is a wonderful boat in wind and waves, but can be a real challenge sometimes when the hardchines are gripped by currents, but again, it makes me a better paddler. I have a rope skeg which works fine without any danger of damaging with kinked wires, etc.
It is easy to roll, but not as easy as the Romany.
This boat looks hot! The long sleek lines and upswept stern gets a lot of attention from other kayakers (and non-kayakers). And it looks great on the water.