Looks like a sweet boat in really good condition! Should be lots of fun for many years. I can't wait to get mine out of the shed and on the water.
Looking at your other pics on photo-bucket, I found some rigging issues with the Jib (it confused the heck out of me the 1st time).
1) The jib bridle & furler assembly look like they're installed backwards. Simply swap left and right sides so the opening in the furler is facing toward the back of the boat.
2) The bottom grommet of the jib (the tack) should be attached the the shackle that is connected to the forestay adjuster (coming up out of the furler drum). (check page 16 of the hobie assembly manual here: http://2010.archive.hobiecat.com/support/pdfs/H18&SX_Manual.pdf
3) The entire jib halyard should be run inside the jib luff zipper pocket (along with the fore-stay). Just tuck it in as you zip it down the luff of the jib.
4) Finally, one end of the jib luff tension line should be attached to the bottom tack shackle, run up through the pulley (block) on the upper half of the halyard and then back down again to the jam cleat hidden inside the jib. (Actually, the instructions mention attaching to the block first, then down to the shackle, back up through block and then down to the jam cleat. This would give you more leverage for jib luff tension)
Honestly, your 1st attempt would probably work "OK", and was very similar to what I did when I was guessing without the instructions and looking at other boats, but I think you'll find the factory intended setup works more smoothly.
Congrats on the new boat! Have lots of fun with her!