I have had it 10 years and love it. Just right for two people...and we've taken trips as long as six months on it. It has a LOT of storage space for the size. A third visitor, for a week here and there works ok (has to use sofa in the main cabin), but the "logistics" are tolerable without any problem for a week. We find two visitors tolerable only for a weekend. Just barely. I like hybrid cruising because of the silence of running on electric. You just have to be aware that electric only makes sense on canals, rivers and protected waters. It's not too practical at sea, unless it's one of those rare, perfectly calm days. Also, you will have to be prepared to do a lot of learning, because the technology is fairly complicated, despite what the marketing literature says. Don't buy a Greenline to save on fuel costs (unless you do only 10-15 nm runs in protected waters each day). If I had to do it all over again, would I buy the boat I have now? The answer is yes. If money were no object, however, I would look at a Fleming ;-)
And yes, I miss not having a fly-bridge.