Would welcome any thoughts on this.... Have a call in to my mechanic to advise as well but wondering if this should cost me my last summer cruise this weekend. Boat is a Yr 2000 43' Ocean SS. Engines are 480 Volvo Tamd74 EDC. Transmissions are ZF280 A-2. Symptoms.... After the past 2, maybe 3 trips, returning home after longish runs on plan (2-3hrs) I typically go to the fuel dock to pump out then head to my slip. In past couple of trips, noticed what I thought was a slight bit of roughness as I put starboard transmission in and out of gear while maneuvering to dock at idle speed. Was/is so subtle and doesn't seem to happen at start of trips that I chalked it up to my imagination or current running (which is strong in my marina). However, on last docking I also noticed my starboard transmission oil pressure fluctuating. Needle didn't go way down but bounced around at or near full pressure. Typically when in gear, pressure would peg at full and not move. No other issues and gears functioned normally. Plan is to drain oil and check oil and filter screen for any visible metals. May also swap gauges as that's easy. Swapping sensors may be more difficult. If I find something in oil then I know I've got a real problem. But not sure what to do if oil looks good. Also note that 2 years ago I had both transmission couplers replaced. Anyone want to throw out some advice, guesses, or wild internet speculation on what the possible problems are or what to do next?