in general (imho)stepped hull boats demand a little more respect on corners, once heard the comparison to a family car and a racing carl, ike a high powered rear wheel drive sportscar requires more respect and care than a fwd hot hatch but it is a generalisation.. my fwd hothatch bites ya worse on corners than a 300hp rwd monster but its a track car so id expect it!!
obviously many different design factors effect handling on boats, number of steps, depth, number and size of chines and where they end etc.. I am by no means a boat designer, just a lover(boats and the ladies!!
), my single stepped boat will kick if pushed and try to pivot on the step, my mates sr8 renowned for bein flighty scares the crap outa me on corners...
Revengers grip hard in non step hull form, maybe the stepped hull would be more controlable as someone with first hand experience of em explains..
Have you tried speaking to revenger about this, i found them to be very honest as to the advantages of stepped and non stepped boats
Cookee id love a ride on ur boat at sibs if thats ok??