Speaking from experience - I'm pleased with the Zodiac Pro. Had a Zodiac MKII CGT for 18+ years, and it was a tough little boat - which I suppose gave me the loyalty to stay with the brand.
The basic Pro is basically a bare RIB and you add to it - depending on your intended use - such as diving, fishing, etc. As I have a family, I opted for a bench seat which also houses the reserve 25 litre fuel tank. The console has a watertight compartment - useful for flares, knife, tool kit, etc. The console also houses the main 25 litre fuel tank.
Up front there's a bow locker. Zodiac in their wisdom don't supply a bow cushion, however it's essential if you're going to put some poor sole up there - as their a** will be in mid-air 90% of the time! I had a cushion professionally made.
The boat handles well with a 40hp 2-stroke, and I've been out in a F5/6 with 3 people, full kit, etc. Because it's a relatively shallow V hull, it tends to ride waves rather than cutting through them. If you can - opt for a 50hp, which the transom is rated for. Maybe not much in it if you look at the weight of a 4-stroke v's 2-stroke torque. I also manged to sqeeze in a 3.5hp auxilliary for piece of mind.
Plus points: economical entry-level RIB for general fishing, diving and leisure use. Solid well-constructed hull with 5 year tube guarantee. Easy to launch, store and use. Quality materials used in construction. Stainless-steel cleet and bow-roller are fantastic for retrieving anchor - nice touch.
Bad points: slaps in a rough sea (but feels safe), over-priced Zodiac accessories, transom drainwell - is a pain to clean.