I don’t fully understand what you are asking. AE kayaks are very functional. When they say there are multiple chambers, it means that if one chamber develops a leak, you have other flotation, in the other chambers. It probably won’t help if an alligator attacks, but if you have one chamber lose air, you should remain at least partially afloat. The drop stitch floor adds stiffness, so your kayak won‘t fold up on you like a taco. The material is pretty robust. I have four AE boats, though not this one. They are nice kayaks that are easy to set up quickly, paddle nicely, and are durable. Because of the air chambers, they do stick up above the water a bit, and can be caught by wind. Not being hard shells, they aren’t as fast as a hard shell would be, but a hardshell can be hard to haul around. While you may have to fight to get this back in its bag, it should come close to fitting in there. If you don’t have a kayak paddle, then this paddle is worth getting. The AE paddle that I have is a four piece, so it comes apart into little sections. I like its catch. In that respect it is better than most of the paddles I have. Even though it comes apart, it doesn’t wiggle or wobble at the joints. The pump should be good for this boat, too. AE has a host of pumps, and if they sell the boat with this pump, it’s the right one. I love their boats and Ilike their paddles. I’m not in love with their pumps... I always seem to have the wrong kind of pump. There are a couple different types of adaptors, and there are high pressure pumps and low pressure pumps and I am forever trying to dig out the right kind of pump with the right kind of gauge. Just buy the stupid pump and be happy with it. (Or not.) This boat should be stable and last for a long time.