Long time listener - first time caller. My wife and I took delivery of 43039 (1985) two weeks ago in Green Bay, WI, and cruised her home to Grand Haven, MI, in 6' following seas on Lake Michigan, day 1. Quite the learning experience. Freshwater boat, heated winter storage her whole life, clean survey and both Jimmys are 440+ compression at 900 hours. After an exhaustive search for an 80's - 90's diesel convertible, we couldn't be happier. Slim pickings in the rust belt for quality offshore boats. I would appreciate help from the Posties on the forum with a few initial questions. 1. Replacement Anchor: the original Danforth is a rusty eyesore. Looking for suggestions for a modern replacement specifically sizing for overnights on the hook - sandy bottoms. We're also planning to give the rusty one a coat of paint and stow it down below for added coverage when cruising. 200' of chain in the locker. I would like to freshen up the old anchor as well as as the first few feet of chain. Paint/prep suggestions for this? 2. Shore water PSI. The seller mentioned that I needed to add a pressure regulator to bring in shore water. What is the correct PSI for this? My marina has city water that is approximately 55 PSI. Does the regulator need to be at the hose bib at the dock or can I attach it to the intake in the cockpit? 3. Portholes in the forward birth both leak like crazy breaking through waves. We are planning to delete and glass over when its time to send her to the paint booth. In the meantime, they need to be sealed. What is the best way to do this? I do not know if they are leaking at the fiberglass flange or between the rings. 4. Cup holders on the bridge. We're convinced that Russel and the team didn't drink coffee. Looking for suggestions/examples of how others have solved for this with an OEM look. Need a spot for the yeti mugs and handheld VHF that's not cheap or tacky. 3. 3 spoke wheel at the helm with black hub insert (make/model) that Post was installing on new builds before going belly up in 2011. Looking to replace the original destroyer wheel. Is there a way to install and raise the hight using the existing shaft? I would like to bring the wheel up 2-4" if possible. 4. Holes in the deck. The zodiac and aluminum cradle did not come with the boat. I have 16 1/4" holes that need to be filled. The balsa core is still dry. Can I use 606, scrape flat with a razor and put a little interlux mixed to match the current cream gelcoat color to solve for now? I appreciate the insights and any tips that this group can share.