With $70-90K to spend on a boat, you've got hundreds of 30-35 ft. boats to consider. Don't concentrate solely on just one or two builders when a bit more research and shopping may allow you to find a real gem. As one poster already put it, it's a buyers' market right now and things will get even better toward the end of the current cruising season.
A couple thoughts.
Go with a freshwater boat if possible. They spend most of their life on land being stored and don't get the wear and tear that a saltwater boat gets.
Buy the biggest boat you can afford and feel comfortable sailing. I've owned my 1981 Hunter 30 since 2000. It was a great boat to single hand. However, it's a bit cramped for 2 of us and will not comfortably allow us to cruise with guests aboard.
Pay for a professional surveyor to closely examine any boat you get serious about. No secrets, no surprises!
Finally, most sail boaters own and cruise on 20 year-old boats. New is not necessarily better. Like buying a car, try to avoid the depreciation in value that comes with buying a new boat. Let someone else take the hit! Let someone else pay for the dinghy, the outboard, the gps system, the extra anchor and rode, etc., etc.
Have fun and take your time!