Both wakes are incredible..along with boat boats for that matter..tons of storage, hidden compartments and great comfort. We had 11 people in the 24SSV with one rider and there were still empty seats!
The best feature of the new boats are the swivel board racks by far! I used them all weekend. Especially when we pulled up to the marina or to other boats, or putting the boat in the slip..just turn the board racks into the boat and you have no worries.
The tower is super sturdy. Driving across the chop with all 4 board racks full, and we had very very little sway in the tower. It was super sweet!
As far as the wakes go, the 24 was huge. It was narrow like a 21 foot wake, but had incredible lift. When riding in the boat, you notice a little rip curl on each side of the wake that comes up and forms the lip on the wake. It was a weird looking shape, but it was very user friendly, and it threw you where you wanted to go. We had the stock ballast full with the wake plate half way. I can't wait to try the bigger ballast in there!
The 21V was unreal as well. We spent 2 days with this boat trying to get the wake right. We found that, this boat at about 23mph with the front gravity bag full and the rear ones about 3/4 full will produce a tremendous wake. Again, we ran the wake plate at the half way point.
The surf wake on the 21V was very nice too...it was very steep, but it was very long. You could get much much farther away from the swim platform on this boat than on the 22SSV. The 22SSV surf wake is very tall and fat, which makes spin tricks fun. The 21V is very long which helps with slashes and cuts and allows you to build more speed.
I am going to play more with the 21V over the next few days. I will keep you posted.