As I go through the 40 Cabo I recently purchased I am upgrading a number of systems including the ground tackle set up. I recently purchased a 35lb Delta Anchor along with 64ft of 3/8 chain and 300 ft of 8 plait rode. On my last boat I added a Buck Algonquin cleat forward of the windlass that I would tie off to when anchoring. On the Cabo I am staying with the existing Lewmar V2 windlass and I am trying to determine if I could add a Buck Algonquin cleat in front of windlass just off center line or if I should make a "Bridle" and use that going off current bow cleats. Obviously adding a cleat in front of windlass would make securing the anchor a quicker process but not sure if there is any downside of having the load travel through the pulpit vs the current bow cleats on each side? Any Thoughts? Thanks ** Edit: Determined that a cleat would layout better than mooring bit on pulpit. I would mount a little further to the port than blue line I added to photo. I would use stud style cleat to allow for clean install on furthest Port side of rub strip.