It is a tricky one, especially as 97 % these days is a about wingfoiling and not kitefoiling nowadays.
The X-Over I would personally avoid, no doubt.
But, it IS easy to ride, both for firsttimer wingfoilers and kitefoilers.
So if you plan to learn as fast as possible, and sell it again, it is no doubt the best choice
Whereas if you have any desire to get a foilwing you can use for a bit longer, you should stay away from thís foil IMO.
For wingfoil too slow and no glide.
For kitefoil too thick and slow - BUT, a lot better than the first X-Overs
So really depends whether you are ready to use it as a perfect learning foil for a short time, or youi want to take the longer learning road and be able to keep it for longer.
Both choices are IMO equally good, in fact choosing the easy way to learn is better I would say, and buy a new foil then.