My overall impression is that the boat is well built and drove and handled great. The 350 seemed to have plenty of power with the prop that was on the boat. I loved the new touchscreen dash and switch combination - I think it is the best setup out there. My biggest complaint is that the windshield is super low and also the bow rides low in the water when ballast is full. We took a roller over the bow with an experienced driver although he was not paying attention while playing with the fancy gizmos.
The boat came with stock ballast liquid lead setup - 400's in each rear locker plus 900 under the floor and a wrap around sack under the front seats. We had 3 people in the boat and not much gas in the tank. I got behind the boat and took a quick set and I was not shocked or awed by the wake. I currently own a 24SSV and the wake was definitely not as big as my 24 (I'm running 750's in the rear lockers and 1100 in the middle on my 24). The wake was very clean at all speeds and much rampier than a typical Supra wake even with the wakeplate full up.
So my question for anyone that has an SA is what bags are you running? I think I can put 750's in the rear but will that be enough to get the wake to have a little more kick and as big as my 24SSV? I don't want to have to go out and fill sacs on the floor of the boat.