Apart from my niggles (fuel tank sender breaking most recently - not Humbers fault tho), I am really liking my Humber now
I took on 8 adults (inc me total) from another rib that broke down yesterday, and we were able to happily cruise at 25 knots.
Although there were two people sat on tubes each side, there was plenty of room on board, and it didn't feel cramped at all really.
Mine (the Destroyer model) is sort of inbetween the Ocean Pro and Assault if I remember right. I did initally look at the Assault 5m too, to take a 60hp four stroke engine which would have been fine as a direct replacement from my last boat. However, wanting a bit more room on board, I made the step up to Destroyer for a bit more beam, and went one metre longer with a larger engine too. I think if I had the extra dosh, I may have gone for the Ocean Pro for even more room, plus perhaps the diesel inboard like Mike C, but I think I did pretty well out of this current setup as is
Jari, you will find the folks at Humber really helpful, especially Sue who deals mainly with the customers. If there is anything in the configuration that you need to clarify, they are always helpful with sorting it.
I don't know if the Assault model takes it, but the 'deluxe' single console unit would be well worth it if you can goto that. I looked at the sports console for mine, but it wouldn't take a great deal of electronic gadgetry in it for what I wanted.
Have fun hunting for the new rib
-added: wasn't there talk of a Humber Owners Club at one point on the forums?