If its the MultiPro that is a great deal. I'd jump at it.
Lots of people have problems with scanning. It isn't easy. I've been scanning since 2001 or so. It is a frustrating and rage making experience.
I never had problems scanning Ektar, except with Silverfast on a Microtek 120tf. That issue (reds) was tamed by using Viewscan, the Microtek software, or scanning with no curve as a positive and using the CF Systems ColorNeg plug in for Photoshop.
The main difference in scanners, as far as I'm concerned, is ease of use. Nothing is as easy as a V750 with Vuescan and Scanhancer holders, and I don't even like Viewscan. In terms of IQ, the Blad 646 I had was better than any other desktop scanner I've used. Next is the Nikon 9000, then the Microtek. Then the V750. The thing is, in order to wring out every last drop of goodness from a piece of celuloid, you need patience and practice. You need to attack each frame differently, using whatever holders/software/Photoshop skills you have.
In the end, when I need a perfect, super hi rez scan, I send it out for drum scanning. I get one with a curve applied and another copy that is raw.
For editorial I used to make prints, but ther eis a paucity of color dark rooms available outside of NYC, LA, and Chicago.
I guess this is a long way of saying I'd jump at the MultiPro.