Bought as a final attempt to try to tempt my sons back afloat but while I was awaiting delivery of my P&H Capella 166 RM I have been putting it through it's paces myself instead and have been very favourably impressed.
The cockpit is generously sized by sea kayak standards and is easy to get in and out of. The storage space inside the front and rear hatches is generous for a boat of this size and my C-Tug trolley is easily swallowed by the rear hatch. There is plenty enough room for expedition/camping equipment etc. I really like the Easky 15. It is easy to drive along and has a nice glide, has comfortable thigh braces and responds very nicely to edging. The twist lock footerests are easy to adjust while in the cockpit. Most novices would probably feel quite comfortable with the initial stability and the hard chine design gives it good secondary stability the more you lean it over. Haven't needed to try the built in skeg yet as it tracked well without it (less prone to weathercock unloaded than my P&H Capella 166 RM Sea Kayak) and what little wind I have encountered was easily corrected by edging or a slight sweep stroke. Overall a very nice kayak to paddle and one which will enable you to grow your skills further than the typical recreational style kayaks.
Intermediate Paddler Review Update: An above average recreational/touring kayak that looks like a proper greenland style sea kayak and is suitable for river/lake/canal touring and light sea work with a good turn of speed. Tracks well and responds to edging very nicely and is responsive if padded out for a good fit. A Low Volume (LV) version also available for lighter paddlers or those who prefer a narrower, lower volume kayak. You can advance your paddling skills in the Easky. Good stability for beginners but intermediate paddlers will also enjoy it. Easily stays with my P&H Capella 166 RM Sea Kayak when day touring around the Norfolk Broads. Can be fitted with the same small deck storage pod that is used on the Pyranha Fusion crossover kayak in a shaped moulding in front of the cockpit. I still like it, in my opinion one of the best touring boats Venture Kayaks have made and one of the best, and nicest looking, 15' touring boats on the market.