Taking the helm, I liked the 220 even more. The wide shelf below the recessed gauge panel allowed me to stow my phone, sunscreen, car key and other stuff right where I wanted. Hitting the gas, the 220 jumped on plane in 4.0 seconds, and did so without excessive bowrise. My inclinometer never exceeded five degrees. Top speed exceeded 46 mph, and I could discern no handling glitches when I performed mock mistakes like cutting hard-over wide-open turns with the drive trimmed fully down. This boat will take care of its crew, even if your kids steal the keys. And wouldn’t they like to.