As someone who has used Sevylor Tahiti kayaks for years I can give them--and probably most inflatable kayaks--a hearty endorsement.
Before I retired, my job allowed for taking a day off with only a few days notice. At the time I was into floating the Mississippi River north of the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro area. With very little prep I was able throw the kayak and my Montague folding mountain bike into the truck and head off for the next piece of river to be enjoyed. My friends did not have the same flexibility for time off so I did these floats by myself. With the bike lashed to the front of the kayak and my waterproof radio lashed into the kayak, I was able to float ten to twelve miles down river and then deflate the kayak and secure it to the rear carrier of the bike. A nice bike ride back to the truck and a pleasant day of floating comes to an end.
I use a 12 volt inflater like this to air the kayak up quickly.
Metro Vacuum 12-IDA32 Magic Air 12-Volt Inflator/Deflator - Amazon.com
Really fast inflation!
I think you will enjoy your kayak.
A note for those needing a lighter weight
hard kayak... Pelican makes a number of very light weight
kayaks. Many of my friends who can't handle the weight
of rotomolded kayaks have switched to these. They are available at many of the big sporting goods stores and the prices are reasonable. Not for shooting waterfalls but will handle medium rapids nicely.
Pelican International inc.