Quest 31 and original Snowgoose 35 and 37 were the better sailors when kept to a light weight.
All suffered from a similar problem. The double bunks aft were nice and long but rather narrow, and as soon as cruising weight was added performance died.
The 33 was the first attempt at solving some of the problems, but not very successfully.
The snowgoose elite was then introduced, and was significantly wider. The aft bunks were made into proper proportions by the addition of the bump out, and load carrying was enhanced by wider hulls. Performance in cruising trim was much better than the original snowgoose, but was much worse when in light conditions (no big surprise there) The increase in toys and comfort requirements since the original design has meant that in heavy cruising trim the central nacelle is no submerged and so is the bunk out structure - this really kills the performance!
The Event was introduced with the same concept
as the Elite, but in a smaller package, thus better loadcarrying than the 31 or 33, much better accomodation, but poorer light performance.
Thus if you can afford the 34 or an Elite, and keep the weight down such that the central nacelle is not always in the water
, then these are still great boats.
If you cant afford these two models, then a 37 snowgoose is the best bet - but be anal about the weight of stuff brought onboard.