Our search has narrowed to 45 foot trailers, single engine, weights approximately 40,000 pounds, beams 14 feet. Coastal cruising off Southern California and the longer yearly run to the central coast, down to northern Mexico, and longer term trip up to British Columbia. This will be a new build, both of the yards are in China. I threw this out on the trawler forum because I know some people have the stabilizer blades. But most people on that forum have older boats and do not use these. Still researching, but I am leading leaning towards the sea keeper five series in order to avoid things protruding from the hull. I realize there are pros and cons for the different approaches, but I like the idea of using the gyro at anchor which we do quite often. I may be able to feed it with a big battery and inverter, but if not, the gen is ok. I'm hoping to get on a boat in San Diego that has this, so if anyone knows of someone that would be willing to give me a short ride, even in the bay with boat wakes, that would be appreciated. Also, I am curious to hear from others that have used the different types of stabilizers, Trac, etc, and what they have found to be effective both from a personal standpoint and anecdotally from others.