We're seeing more used as they increase the hp. In other threads we're talking about pods for sportfishing boats. So my question is where do we see the future. Certain sizes, certain uses? I'm going to ask some specifics as well for examples. 1. I'll start with SF since that was another discussion. Do we see pods becoming prevalent or even the majority? What size range of boat? 2. Express cruisers like Sea Ray, Marquis? Will they become almost all pods? 3. Boats like Sunseeker, Princess, Lazzara. Will pods expand through all their models and sizes and become the majority? 4. Would you see people like Riva converting to pods? Those who haven't used any to date? 5. What about a brand like Hinckley and Hunt that has unsuccessfully dabbled in them and has built their brand on jets? 6. Or brands like Pershing built on surface drives? 7. What about yachts in the 80-130' range? Those that currently have high horsepower like Hatteras or Westport? Will pods reach the required hp with twins? Will they use 3 or 4? 8. What about full displacement boats? From small tugs like Nordic or American to KK's to larger yachts? Do pods have a place in this type boat? What about aluminum and steel hulls? 9. For larger boats will triple or quad installations be common or will the market resist going to more engines and only expand as the hp increases so twins will work? 10. Stern drives have been the market segment suffering most, losing a lot of ground to outboards. Will pods start taking share coming from the other direction? Could the combination of larger outboards and pods eventually eliminate stern drives/inboard-outboards? Do you see pods in 25-30 foot bowriders?