The only other thing I can think of to watch out for with the Mada and Finder is A/C. Even after the TSB, they may be a little on the weak side for some people. If you live in a hot climate, take them for a test drive now before the weather cools to see if they're livable for you. Get the dealer to pick one that's been sitting in the sun out on the lot for a while for the worst case test.
The 'Finder AC seemed fair to me - tested in ~93F temp and didn't use recirculate, so it had to draw in hot air from outside. Took a while to ramp up while idling, (again, worst case: low revs = less compression) but after 3 mins or so was reasonably cool. The back vents seemed mediocure, but you'd expect them to take longer to get cold.
When I drove the '05 Amada it was low 80's, so not much of a test, however the back vents only seemed to blow warm air, even after 3 mins of idle. (I double checked that the settings weren't wrong.) They eventually got going part way through the test drive, but given the moderate outside temp I was surprised by their poor performance and imagining how bad it would be if it were 20 degrees hotter.
Anyway, hopefully some things to think about and check on your test drive. I'm gonna have to wait until I can test in brutal 100F conditions to see if either vehicle is gonna work for me before I buy. Heck, AC is so important to me that I'd consider buying a Hyndai if it had enough space and had the most frigid AC around, so maybe my priorities are a little warped.