I have NOT been behind an x30. My dealer recently had a 2012 x30 for sale (he sells centurion). I asked him, "Why on earth is someone selling that one year old Mastercraft?" The guy who owns the Mastercraft went out on an Enzo 244 to surf, and said he had seen enough. He ordered either a 233 or 244.
The Enzo line is going to hold value as well as any other boat out there. So your resale is good. It has built a great cache with wakesurfing, and let's face it, wakesurfing is the big push right now. The trim on the Enzo isn't going to be quite as nice as the Mastercraft, but it is still quite nice. And I suspect the Enzo is going to be a MUCH better ride in rough water. I couldn't believe the difference in ride coming from a traditional V hull Supra to a super deep V enzo. It is a big change.
Personally, I'd spend the extra 10k and get this outstanding deal on a 2013 230+
or this 2010 230+ for 53k
'If' you are financing, the rate difference between a new and used will likely make the 10k seem like nothing. If you're paying cash, then I understand a hard limit
The 230+ is about a 10k stepdown from a 233, which is about 10k step down from a 244.
Centurion makes plenty of value boats that may remove some of the snob appeal to those that are brand obsessed. The Enzo, however, competes with practically anything offered. I can't tell you how happy it makes me to be throwing down a gorgeous wave, watching people in supposedly nicer boats throwing down a sucky wave.