Welcome to the forum... as Sirens says... you will have some very different operating conditions to the average forum member.
In truth the Frib is a shallow hull with little more V than some normal alloy floor SIBs... and the Frib lacks the shock absorbing flex of a "fabric" hull. I read an Frib owner's comment a few days back where he commented along the lines that get a wave wrong on an Frib and the shock would slam through your spine right to your teeth.
Obviously they have the qualities of a hard hull which might suit you operationally... and this hard hull shallow V gives very efficient performance for any given OB size which may also suit you.
But they are expensive and I guess getting one to Alaska might be an issue so you need to be as sure as possible they are the right boat before ordering.
No experience of those Solar boats but I've watched many videos of that ribbed tube floor design type in shallow Russian rivers... with a jet OB their ability is amazing.
But I've also seen videos of them on open water and they look to have a very joggly ride even in a small chop.
See around 2min on this video…