I have a 1997 50 Post (820 MANs) that I purchased a few years back. The instrument panel on the fly bridge has always been annoying because a number of the gauges don't work properly. When I had the engine survey done, the gauges in the engine room matched up perfectly with the technicians gauges during survey so I was told to just rely on those for my checks (not very convenient). I would like to replace all the gauges so thought that it would be best to just replace the entire panel. I have the following questions: 1. Could the problem be with the senders not the gauges? 2. Does anyone know where I can purchase good quality gauges that will look good as well as perform well. I have looked in places like West Marine but can't find everything that I need. 3. Any recommendations on the material for the panel? plastic? Powder coated aluminum? 4. These are all analog gauges (correct?), has anyone ever done a conversion over to a digital engine monitoring system with an LCD display at the helm? I would assume that different senders would need to be installed or analog/digital converters installed up top. Anyone ever done this???