KTurturro, just a thought on fishfinders and GPS. I've been partial to Lowrance for a very long time. Part of that is my familiarity with their units and part of that is they've always worked well for me and have been reliable. Depending on how handy you are and how much time you have to play and install things, you might want to consider buying and installing your GPS/Fishfinder yourself and not flush mounting it in the consol. Ram mounts work very well for mounting fishfinders on or next to the consol. Take a look at the Lowrance TI2 series of fishfinders/chartplotters. They have wireless functions for networking, bluetooth for connecting phones, and can be connected to the Yamaha engine through a NMEA 2000 network. The 7" units start at about $800. The NMEA 2000 network and gateway is extra and I don't really know how much this costs. I plan to look into this sometime next year because I want more engine information than the standard gauges for my F200, plus I want to network an additional fishfinder on my boat. I'm sure there are other brands that have the same or similar functionality, but Lowrance is just my personal preference. One downside to what I'm suggesting is you lose Bennington's 10 year warranty if you buy and install accessories yourself after your purchase.