I am a 700-hour pilot with most of that time in a Piper Arrow II (200hp, retract, so it's complex but not high performance). Also instrument rated. I've never flown anything more powerful / faster than an Arrow. I will soon be starting multi training in a late '60s Piper Seminole, and once complete, I have my eye on purchasing a Piper Seneca V. Seeking the group's opinion on whether a Seneca V will be "too much" plane for a pilot of my experience. I'm told that a Seneca is "like a Saratoga with two engines", and this has me wondering if I'm biting off more than I can chew. I will be getting my multi rating in a Seminole which should give me some comfort, and I will of course complete at least the minimum insurance transition requirements in the Seneca. I study and train hard and would expect to do at least several transition lessons beyond the insurance minimums. Would welcome the group's thoughts on whether it's reasonable to transition to the Seneca, especially if any of you have flown both Arrows and Senecas and are speaking from experience. Thanks!