i too had a crush on an inboard skiboat for years, and we eventually bought that prostar. low, fast, v8... was a fantastic boat and properly scratched that itch.
unfortunately itd be the ideal boat for someone with a lake house who can do their beer drinking and lounging around on a dock, and be really selective when theyre actually out on the water. id equate it to owning a lowered sports car that you want to take 12 hour group road trips in.
its tough to fit more than a couple people and gear comfortably for a day on the water with a closed bow. no tower = tripping over the gear you laid on the floor.
the nearly flat bottom meant anything more than a 6" or so wave and you were getting wherever you were going across the lake at 10-15mph with the nose way up. but boy did it look good! and was a blast to drive.
those tournament boats are really a one trick pony. they do what they were meant for really well but arent practical for much else.
YMMV of course
we ended up selling it to a dude with a lake house on lake placid, who paid to ship it cross country to NY. clean old school boats are hard to find, and if it actually fits your use, its a rad setup.
/ski boat derail