the I20 was just the better boat in the shorter chop.
Are we talking about the original Inter/NACRA 20"? If so, I have to disagree, well partially... the rear beam in the the shorter chop was like a speed brake... No matter how far forward we went, that rear/transom sat pretty low and it allowed for the rear beam to hit the chop head on... Even heard of a few cases where this was the cause a rear beam failure.... That is the only criticism I have on that boat..
Or maybe, the shot chop in the Atlantic is little different in the Pacific... our chop out here is organic and free range..