Okay, Can-Can got the new boat. It's been a couple years since I've been out on the water (used to go out fishing in the Chesapeake Bay and York River in a variety of boats). This past weekend, I got to drive a little boat around the local resevoir. Now, wouldn't ya know it... there's a little "fun boat" (what I like to call them anyways) for sale on base. Looks to be about 16'. 1978 Baja Tri-Hull, with a 85 HP Johnson. Been a lot of work already done to the boat. Water pump, lots of gaskets, fuel tank/line flush, lower unit oil, etc. Carpeting looks decent, seats are OK. Adjustable trim (It's a must for any boat I drive). The prop looks like it's been recently changed or re-finished. There's no wear on the prop like it was run into a sandbar, or run at all even. The hull has seen some better days, but nothing that affects the integrity. The boats I'm used to driving are 18+ feet and deep-V type hulls. I know the little Tri-hull is move of a speedboat, but how do they handle in decent swells (for the boat size, obviously you don't drive a 16' speedboat in 4'+ swells)? Then if I want to start seriously looking at a boat, I need to drop a vehicle. Most likely will be my 78 K5. I've come to conclude that I'm fine with having a nice, stock, K5 to drive. An offroad-only truck would be nice, but building it up would give me more frustration than I would get enjoyment out of a collection consisting of a 2-door car, a K5, and a boat.