No photo credit? I spent years toning those legs for this modelling opportunity!
I'm with Matt though. The Weta seems like an interesting boat, but the versatility of an Adventure Island, or a Tandem Island, just can't be beat. I'm sailing in high winds, and as you can see above, kayaking in no winds. It can do it all. The best thing is that if I feel like going out for an evening sail, I walk the boat down to the lake on the Hobie Cart, set it up in minutes, and sail away til the wind dies down. Then, if I completely run out of wind, I pedal in, and walk it back home.
I'm not the kind of guy who likes to look at my boat in the garage, I want to use it. If you're looking for a boat that you're going to use... a lot... an Adventure Island will kill the Weta with its versatility, and that means you'll be out on the water way more often.
Another thing, I can car top this boat on top of a Honda Civic with room for an identical boat beside it. Sail, pontoons and everything. No trailer? no problem!
Speed is fun, but so is actually sailing. The AI, might be slower, but I bet it's no less fun on the water, and you'll use it more because of it's versatility.
(ok... so.. just doing the math... Hobie owes me for my modelling legs, and my promotional post.... I'll put it on your tab Matt!)