Not sure if this is your first boat but either way - congrats! That BS about "the best two days" is not true, but your patience will be tested at times. The thing to keep in mind is that with a boat, it's a totally different standard than it is with cars. You can "get by" on some crazy short cuts with a car but when the weather comes up and you need to get your ass home in a hurry, having a crappy fuel filter that you were too cheap to replace can cost you your boat and possibly your life. So I don't believe in cutting corners.
If it was me, I'd replace EVERY single rubber part related to the fuel system. Pumps, diaphragms, hoses, clamps, everything. That's the stuff that rots with no use and will fail without warning. Also drain all the fuel and run plenty of seafoam through it - the fuel system will probably be pretty badly gunked up
For perspective, I'd rather have a boat with 2600 hours that is run every day by a guy who depends on it for his livelihood than a neglected boat that hasn't run in 8 years with only 26 hours on it, based on my personal experience. So the trick is to take it to that point where you're making up for all that neglect and deferred maintenance.
But it sounds like you've got a GREAT platform to start from. Hopefully you budgeted 50% for the purchase and 50% for refurbishment and accessories.