The new 20' Mackenzie has huge capacity, is roomy enough for my family with several children, gear, and more; plenty fast; very stable; and maneuverable. It has enough rocker and fullness to turn well (as a canoe should...none of this "no rocker" bologna). The stability is rock solid for a canoe. (Shallow arch hull) The amount of free-board is impressive (17" center depth, 24" symmetrical flared bow and stern), seats are comfortable, and paddling position widths are good. (Sliding bow seat).
My Mackenzie weighs 80 lbs (Kevlar) so I can move and load it by myself...very good for a boat of this size. It is red with black trim, sculpted wood yoke, and a vacuum-bagged-foam core. (First-rate workmanship.)
It is nice to have a boat of this caliber, quality, & versatility built on the West Coast (British Columbia to be exact) at a competitive price.
I rate it a 10 because the excellent design and quality workmanship have come together to make canoeing fun, safe, and easy for larger families. I am looking forward to canoe camping out of it.