I have the Cabo 80 and it gets 26-lbs of drag. I matched it up on a Trevalla rod rated 80-200 and loaded it with 80-lb braid. It works great, but I found that I busted off the tuna I was fighting with the drag that high, and when I brought it down to 20-lbs, it worked much better for myself and the other two guys on board that night that tried it out. Good reels for yellows up to 100-lbs in the Northeast on the jig.
I haven't heard any negative comments on Cabo reels.
Tunatoys said many guys in Florida use Cabo for tarpon and I heard charter boats captains in Venice, LA love Cabo.
I agree that 20 lbs drag is much comfortable to fight average size tuna than 25 lbs drag. I also use 20 - 22 lbs drag mostly and use 24 - 25 lbs drag only when I target big tuna over 100 lbs.