The number one, most important consideration if you’re contemplating flying a medium twin like this is that you must make a serious total commitment to thorough initial training and regular ongoing training for as long as you fly it. You must practice and maintain proficiency in engine failure emergency procedures. The second engine is not necessarily your friend.
We lost a former active COPA member, Fred Teutenberg, who had moved up to a twin Cessna to accommodate his family, when he mishandled an engine out (at 21,000 feet, which should have been benign) and he, his wife, and their 5 kids all died. An entire family wiped out. Thread here.
Sorry to inject this into the thread but it is without question the most important part of a decision like this. The aircraft can be flown safely but your commitment and proficiency are critical to do so.
One other suggestion: Since you’re a COPA member, it is usually better if you post in the Member section of the site rather than the Guest forum. Few members even look at the Guest forum.