I've seen a lot of them along the US/Canadian border.
The build quality is on par with Chinese origin inflatables.
PVC = Not very UV stable material, mediocre quality adhesives with about a 4-7 year life expectancy, glued air-holding seams on their older boats
Hypalon/CSM = Very thin material, not very high quality (I've seen it degrade in to canvas-like topside feel in less than 10 years)
Fiberglass = Thin, lots of spiderweb crazing after a few years of use
Upholstery = Wood backer rots after a few years
Also, they use a generic Bravo valve assembly.
I'm not intentionally dumping on the brand, but this is what I've seen with the brand as they've came through for service.
You get what you pay for... if you want to buy cheap boats and dump them every few years like a Daewoo car, then it'd be okay.
Gluing geek since 2007