Hi Paul -
Whoa! That is a Battleship! It's huge. Good luck, it looks beautiful. I shopped various flavors of Marine Trader for years before getting our boat. I probably would still be shopping, but as it's our first trawler (We had Sea Rays a few years) I liked smaller and simplistic (single screw) to manage my learnings and costs. I actually missed buying a 42 Present with twin Perkins, but ours has been a great learning platform.
Anyway, Marine Trader came out with a few different collaborations, which I think were a "Bestway" and a "LaBelle", and I think there were some combinations. As far as I can tell, those two variations seemed to have more decorative and ornate woodwork in the cabins and tended to have more deck teak. So when you decide, think about how much woodwork you plan to sand and varnish.
Also PAY CLOSE ATTENTION to the undersides of ALL windows. If they have not been replaced, you might find that's part of your first work. I am planning replacements now for this winter. Mostly the sliding windows. I am budgeting about $200 per window from Wynne in Alabama. People on this forum have had very good results.