Dustin you ask a great question. No doubt that you will have a great time, and walk away impressed. And frankly, there’s really nothing else for comparison, as nothing else has CAPS.
With that said, consider the A/C option and whether you’ll want it. Taxi with the doors open as if it’s a 100 degree day and you don’t have A/C. Consider the fishbowl effect if the day is sunny in cruise. It’s a decision you’ll face.
Get into the tables and really work out a typical trip with typical loading, looking at what weight in options you can tolerate. Compare turbo vs. NA for time and loading on the same mission.
Be prepared for the side stick. It’s unusual, and the Cirrus control feedback is unique. Be cognizant and see if you feel comfortable after some time. Don’t use the autopilot at all. It’s brilliant, by the way.
Here’s everything I think is bad about a Cirrus. See if you can dismiss after you experience:
Touchy door latches
Drummy, plasticky noise level (noise canceling headsets!)
Single “power lever”
That’s really all there is not to like. Personally, these issues nagged but didn’t keep me from enjoying the airplane, and it’s really the only SEP I would fly.
Keep your poker face. You can negotiate!