Just got back from taking a look... So:
Autopilot, tiller piston model, reportedly works.
Main is 5 years old, roller furling jib is a replacement from two years ago but was used when put on. Main sail cover is unfaded and appears in good shape.
The roller furling drum moves without binding and I didn't see any chafing on the line, but the powder coat is mostly worn away on the drum.
Running rigging in decent shape, standing rigging hasn't been replaced in at least ten years but is solid and clean without any broken strands I could find.
Batteries and electrical appear to work.
Digital raymarine depth and knotmeter work.
Very new compass in forward wall of cockpit.
Rudder replaced at some point with new.
Mariner 9.9 four stroke with supposed annual tune ups, charges batteries, electric start, runs and moves the boat around well.
Didn't get to sail it, which I hadn't really expected anyhow...
Stock water tank replaced with soft sided drinking water bladder, two years old.
Propane stove works.
Newer vhf radio needs to have antenna installed.
Head has a weird holding tank arrangement... Really not inland suitable as the holding tank doesn't have a shore pump out, but does run external water in, flush with macerator... But the tank will only really be emptied out while underway. This last isn't a huge deal, I can get a small toilet for emergency use while in littoral water.
Through hull fittings are at least partially replaced with updated plastics.
Bilge pump and breaker panel both work.
It was hauled, scraped, sanded and professionally bottom painted this past spring.
I didn't see any mildew or smell any mustiness down below.
Some gelcoat cracks, stanchions are firm, other hardware on deck had no looseness I could feel. Deck was solid to my best pressure, no odd shaped spots or softness.
Should I bother with a survey at this point, or is it not worth the $300-$400?
What price is fair? I've got an offer that's accepted as far as owner and ebay are concerned, felt pretty sure it was a decent bet, but thought I'd see what the collective hive here figured?
Thanks for the encouragement, all. I'm pretty sure I may have just bought my first boat