The Ascends are bulky, heavy and slow. Probably OK for floating and fishing but not something you want to try to move in any direction for any distance. There are better inexpensive boats. And 10’ is awfully short and therefore has to be wide to achieve volume to float an adult – you don’t mention your size. Could be too small if you are a tall or big guy and too wide if you are a shorter person.
There is a guy who makes excellent YouTube videos evaluating inexpensive “starter” kayaks. He works for a higher end outfitter but is open minded about discount boats and test paddles all of them. You can learn a lot about what features to look for at various price points from his reviews. I would take reviews on THIS site with a grain of salt especially for entry level boats. 99% of the people reviewing their “new” boats have never paddled anything else and don’t have a clue about how they perform compared to something else. The “10 out of 10” ratings given to many dreadful cheap plastic “pool toys” in the reviews are cringeworthy. Kind of like somebody who has been barefoot all their life getting a pair of plastic flip flops and reporting that they are “the best shoes EVER.”
Here’s a link to the Headwaters guy’s kayak reviews. He has several others with other price points but this is a good place to start. He found some surprising winners: