Picked up a 2010 Revolution on Sunday. It came to me with the sailing rudder and turbo fins and a few other accessories. On the down side, one of the under-seat drain plugs is missing and both of the side nets are ripped on the edges. There are plenty of scratches on the hull bottom, but it seems solid enough. There are only maybe four other available colors I might have preferred, but you can't have everything!
I've had it out once for a paddle-only trip to get familiar with the hull. I was pleased that the water level of the mirage well stayed about a half inch below the deck with my 200 pounds on board. I did get a wet butt, I suspect as a result of the missing drain plug.
As a paddle boat, the sailing rudder held it on whatever line the rudder dictated. It was nearly impossible to turn the boat in motion without a rudder correction. Paddling with the rudder up, the wind was up enough that it kicked the stern around when it wanted to, but it was functional enough. I may try the original rudder to see if it is more neutral in performance. The big rudder will turn the boat hard when you want it to. I may have to adjust the angle of the handle since it seems to turn very hard to the right but run out of handle range much sooner turning left. It is set so the the rudder handle points straight forward for a straight rudder.
I look forward to a pedal trip in the next couple days to see how this thing moves with the turbos. It seemed pretty quick under paddle power, so I expect big performance.
As far as additional accessories are concerned, I will probably look for a deep hatch bucket and a couple leashes. I have to re-wire the battery leads of the Lowrance that's on there, but otherwise it has all that I could ask.