OK first impressions from launch. The floor worked out very well. No buckling or the need for stringers. I am sure I could have stood on it, but did not attempt. I learned quickly that having a skeg is crucial. Difficult to control without one. Weather cocking big problem. With the rigid floor, it seems like you have less of a keel than without. It is for the most part a flat bottom boat.
The most problem has to do with stability. The position of the rear seat has to be just right to find the sweet spot for the center of gravity. Once I figured it out and moved the seat back about a foot or so, I was able to track very well and little effort.
Now, when I add the motor and battery weight, I do not know how that will affect things.
Conditions today were not ideal. Lots of wind and very choppy. This was my first experience with an inflatable kayak. Totally different animal than the SOT hard shells I am used to. I have paddled fairly tippy Tarpons with no problems. My last boat was a Cobra Navigator, it was just OK, although I did manage to flip it offshore, but that was my fault . I have tried Ocean Kayak scuppers, did not track well at all.
Preparation is a real PITA, having to inflate e.t.c. but it is a trade off for easy transport without roof rack. Everything fit in the small trunk of a Sonata PHEV.(except for the floor of course).