I'm commenting not on the boat itself but on it's customer and who I believe the first ones are being sold to. Time will tell who their customer is. Lots of true "one things" get sold to entirely different customers, like tournament ski boats that go for family cruisers. A lot of center console purchasers aren't fishermen, which is why you see all the companies with deluxe models. Now, Bertram's customer may ultimately be serious fishermen. I think the 60' is going to be more for that group. I never said what the boat was, but said who their target customer appears to be. So far a lot of interest from those who use to be serious fishermen, some from those who just admired the boat. It's going to be interesting to see if they can capture younger boaters' interest. I hope it is successful and helps fill the void left by the death of Cabo. I don't think serious sports fishing persons buy center consoles, but more amateur fishermen and family types. The serious sportsfisherman has moved on up to larger boats. Now I may be wrong and I can't speak and don't try to speak to how well it might fish. It will be interesting to see what happens. So far, Bertram's new owners have done a far better job at reviving a brand than others. Ocean gone. Post gone. Cabo gone. In 26 months, they've accomplished a lot. Where the brand will go, no one can be sure. I think with their larger models they could get some very serious fishermen interested. So far, they've shown they'll listen to the consumer, their boat isn't delaminating, and it seems to be a decent quality boat overall. They also haven't given up on getting a little more speed, although I don't think they truly need to worry about it, just change their literature. It will be interesting to hear at some point how their buyers are using the boat.