Look carefully at the weight of the boat, and work out how you will carry, store and transport it. And the engine, as you'll probably want a 25hp and that's getting quite heavy.
My old Suzumar 360 was great, but too heavy to handle by one person once assembled (with solid floor - very strong aluminium panels). And although it came in two very well presented bags, there's no way a slightly wet, deflated boat was going to fit into the bag which it was supposed to without a big hairy mammoth to roll on it and expel every last cubic centimetre of air.
So, my answer was to purchase a trailer, and then when I added up what I'd spent, I wished I'd bought a small RIB!
Maybe Quicksilver have it a bit more sorted.
Mind you, we did have six people in it once, without the floor fitted (Paul Lemmer's idea - to save weight and space on board - worked well!)