The problem with the Hinckley 41 is that it is essentially an Owens cutter, and is very small inside for her length--more similar to the Pearson Rhodes 41 than the Bermuda 40.
This one is very nice, but I'd pass. If you want a 40' Hinckley, you really can't beat a Bermuda 40, the newer the better. The Mark III versions with the sit-down nav station and dinette are my favorites.
I've had my B40 Mk III sloop for seventeen years. Dinette/Nav station model. There isn't much I haven't updated over the years. She has a carbon spar 4 1/2 ft higher than original. High aspect main. She sails beautifully to weather. I previously owned a Pilot 35 for about 10 years.