You command the 360XF from a centerline “pod” helm, modeled after those found aboard custom boats, fitted with a nicely dished, three-spoke wheel and separate single-lever engine controls on either side. Visibility, especially of the cockpit and your transom corners, is great from here. Of course, when you face aft to fight a fish, you’ll use the joystick and not really need those side-mount levers. The centerline location still helps, though, because there is room to stand to starboard and operate the joystick while facing aft. Were the helm mounted to starboard, you’d need to stand sideways while backing down. Rampage’s 34 IPS ($464,910 powered like my test boat) has a centerline helm as well.