Now that handle is a good boat name!
I didn't look at the 2 boats you mentioned.
A general statement I'd make for flats fishing
around here, especially St. Marks to Econfina,
with some serious rocks to encounter,
is to look into what's called a tunnel boat with a
cavity from the transom up to about mid-way
to the bow. This cavity will allow your propeller
and most of the lower unit to operate slightly above
the major portion of the hull bottom. It will also
allow super skinny water operation.
What's even better is to get a tunnel hull with a
jack-plate that will allow you to lower the prop to
operate in deep water, without obstructions, to
go at a faster clip when possible.
Tunnel hulls are a little more used and available
in Texas, but they are catching-on to the east Gulf.
Don't forget to consider the Go-Devil (several other brands, too)
rigged flat boats, but they are more suited for strictly shallow
water and usually smaller Jon-type boats, unless there
are newer models for larger boats available, now.