Sounds like the same boat you are considering. How's it set up with a seat? Mine has a sliding tractor seat. The seat sits on top rails of what is essential an aluminum box frame. On mine, the frame ripped off the floor and I had to glass it down again. I'm not especially in love with the tractor seat, either. I think I'd prefer a standard bench seat.
My Rendevous also has a small leak in one of the tanks in the stems, sometimes a little water gets into the tank. So, there are two things to think about/check for.
Over the next year or two I likely will decide whether the boat stays in the fleet or not. It might get edged out of its niche in the fleet as a lighter, solo canoe, when I get another light, solo boat. The 'vous is a tweener. It was designed to be an all purpose boat, so it does many things well, but everything is a compromise. It has high sides and catches a lot of wind on open water. It requires constant attention to going straight. It is highly manueverable. Yet, I hesitate to take it's pretty gel coated kevlar on rivers where I know rock bashing is bound to happen. Oh, I've based her a few times and she tolerates it but it makes an ugly noise. At the moment it is one of my go-to boats when I take an outing by myself, depending on the river. But that may change if another pretty kevlar hull comes along that paddles easier.
The high sides and maneuverability make it a nice boat to paddle when she's loaded with gear.