Four replies rapidly, thanks for all the support guys!
Yes, I also love the feeling of being pulled by the wind and heeling over; and trapezing is a hell lot of fun too! (Even if it's useless on these keelboats
Yes, I have also considered going diesel or gasoline power, but the boat's going to have to be pretty amazing to make up for the fact it has very limited range, and, if I run out of fuel unexpectedly in the middle of a big sea... Well, that's bad
Though trawlers interest me. What makes trawler's different from normal cruiser powerboats? I hear trawlers are usually more seaworthy, and that's a big deal to me. Why are trawler's more seaworthy?
Yes, I have done the math and found that the electric motor will consume more power than will be given. Though I will NOT have to recharge at dock (the beauty of wind generation and solar generation), I will not be able to 24/7 motoring. And that is OKAY! I don't mind having some downtime here and there seeing as I'm getting my movement power 100% free and with low maintenance. I am aware of the limitations of electric, and I don't mind them.
I do indeed have a love for sailing! But realistically, seeing as this will be a liveaboard, I also have a love for more space per-ft of LOA, and I also love not being at the mercy of the wind. And realistically, seeing as most cruisers say they spend 90% of their time at anchor, the sailing wont be all that prominent... Plus I enjoy sailing small 420's far more than sailing large keelboats, so really, I could go either way as it even's out.