I'm going to be on one today. I'll let you know what i think.
We will be waiting for your impressions. I bet that you are going to like the ride. They have a good hull, a good Ballast/Displacement ratio, they are relatively fast and if made of epoxy they are stronger than similar boats and have a kind of Ikea interior, that is what I really dislike in that boat.
The sails and the rigging can vary a lot from boat to boat. They come with pretty basic sails and rigging (the winches are very small) are not expensive in the basic version but they have no comprehensive performance kit to upgrade the boat. Yes, they will upgrade the boat for you, bigger winches, traveler on the cockpit, good sails and so on, but at the end it is not an inexpensive boat anymore. I hate the gel-coat finish (very bright).
This is a boat that is near the end of its carrier (it is an old model that has been updated once) even if the hull is still a good hull. This year they presented a new bathing platform and a closed transom similar to the one from Dufour 40e.
As a sailing boat, if you can live with the interior that is quite practical and well laid, it can be a very good sailing boat, depending of the options of the boat. It is a boat that you can find used at good price and that is mainly because the difference of price between the one Hanse advertise and the real price of most boats, with all the extras id huge.
If you are thinking in buying a new one it can be a good option providing they offer you a 15% discount or more, since it is a boat that will be replaced soon. However, even so I would also check the new jeanneau 409 and the Dufour 405, both also good sailing boats and with a better interior.