I have the 20.2 sport (regular cabin). I absolutely love the boat. It does everything I bought it for and actually quite a bit more. For a fast cruiser it is outstanding. I upgraded from a beach cat thinking I'd be doing a lot of day sailing locally and trailering the boat around to different spots. I am doing a lot of that. But in addition I found it is more seaworthy, well built and protective of the crew than I expected. As a result I spend extended time on it, for instance with my kids who absolutely love "camping" on the water. Our "safe and comfortable" radius of operation from a launch is very significant for a 20 footer.
We have some memorable week-ends anchored on secluded Florida sandbars, and long distance sailing. Due to the same qualities, we can carry a lot of people and do day sailing with friends up to 7 people onboard. And when we get back to the dock it handles like a beach cat. Zip it on the trailer, everything is light, simple, can be handled by hand, and in 45 minutes we are driving away.