I've been very pleased with mine so far. You can go to www.pathfinderboats.com and look at their message forum. Do a search on various topics and you'll see good and bad about all of the Maverick boat products. By and large, the owners are a very satisfied group. It's a pretty good compromise boat in terms of shallow capability and ride comfort. The two dealers in this area are Kresta's and Mt. Houston Marine.
Friend of mine has a 22 with a 225 hpdi and it runs good. I would get the 24 though to have a little more offshore capability with the optional larger fuel tanks. I am pretty sure it has one if not the lightest hull in its class. Safe Buy
I have a 2200V and rode in a 2200T before my purchase. I had a 150 Vmax and upgraded to a 225. Personally I love the boat. It run in 10-12 inches of water, float in 14. The tunnel hull does not really by you much especially with the new Yamahas with factory low water pickups and the stepped transom. Unless you spend 90% of your time in lower laguna or on shallow flats, you will be happy with the 2200V. If you don't want top speed, the 150 is great with a top speed of 45-50. A 250 will push 65 to 70. For the upper Texas coast, it is a great boat. I would recommend Kresta's Boats and Motors for your purchase.
I have fished with guide Garold Carson of Corpus Christi on several occassions and he has a 2200 pathfinder. I fished with him yesterday and noticed that he had 917 hours on the boat and motor. The boat is a great ride and very comfortable. I would have one in a minute. I have ridden in many different makes and the Pathfinder, by far, is superior.