They ride good into a head sea and like many deep vee designs are hard to keep level when running in relatively flat water as they tend to want to ride on one side of the vee or the other. I would imagine they could be a handful in a big following but have no firsthand experience with that. I spent a couple days driving one out of Valdez. Overall they are good boats.
I would imagine twin counter rotating outboards would help keep the ride more level. The one I drove had a single i/o duo prop setup. All single i/o duo prop Seasports I have been on do the same thing, requiring almost constant input of wheel and tabs to keep a level cruise. Just when you get it all trimmed out somebody shifts their weight and the dance starts all over again.
Same with my Seasport. You get used to keeping your right hand on the tabs. My number one fishing buddy drives me crazy - get her trimmed just right and he gets up and moves, ok, reset and now trimmed right and ......he moves. " For Christ sake find one place to sit!"..Similar experience on my twin-powered SeaSport. On-plane, she’s tender to weight distribution. I’ve gotten used to using the trim tabs to compensate.