Center consoles are really the rise of the outboards, both figuratively and literally. You're also seeing the impact in small cruisers with several new lines and in basic runabouts. All are in sizes which previously just couldn't be propelled by outboards. You've now got center consoles up to 65'. You've got traditional builders like Sea Ray with 32' outboard Sundancers and Beneteau with Antares outboard cruisers to 29'. Four Winns with outboards to 35'. I think you'll see OB Sportfish from Mag Bay and/or Cabo. Stern drives have faded tremendously and in some sizes and boats, outboards have a significant advantage over inboards by bringing far lower purchase prices, better performance, and definitely easier to replace. Of course, that is offset by shorter lives. I had never owned an outboard until we purchase a 39' Contender with triple Yamaha 300's a few years ago, for our crew to use when home. It's impressive when they go zooming by us when we're out in a Riva. While the Sevens are attention getters, the true rise in the market is the traditional outboard manufacturers now building up to 425 hp.