Closet space is limited by size but also designed for week or two cruises and not those doing longer trips. Still the rest of the storage compensates well. From what we saw there may still be storage or drawers you haven't found. I think there must have been some challenge to leave no space unused. The one thing we'd try to change in the master would be to squeeze a king bed in but that might be impossible. Actually is possible, just might look so strange as to not want to do it. Did you go for the lounge or the dinette in the master? I'm amazed though that the master and VIP have the space they do considering four staterooms and both the 3rd and 4th staterooms are actually quite usable. For our use, a larger master and only 3 staterooms might have been a preferable design. The colors of the one we saw were neutral and nice. However, our thoughts were that it could just be the boat to get bold with colors and design on. Sounds like it's really the appropriate mix for a semi-custom boat. Structure production, interior design customized to tastes. Glad to hear you like yours as much as you do. I think this segment of the market really needed an infusion and a production builder is the best one to do that but it needs to have the attributes of larger boats as this one does.