There's more technical prowess under the 37's skin. Open the electric hatch. Broad and deep, the engine room step feels more like a platform underfoot. Next notice the bright, white gel coat all around. Like that aboard Sea Ray's 350 Sundancer ($387,846 with twin 375-hp MerCruiser 496 MAG MPI Seacore Axius Bravo Three stern drives) the glossy gel coat looks good and improves visibility. Batteries, filters, dipsticks, belts, plumbing, wiring...all are easily seen, traceable, and serviced. Through-hull fittings also have good access, although the intake for the air conditioner was poorly placed. I couldn't close this valve because its handle hit the genset intake, which is located right beside it. Cobalt says this will be fixed in production models. Labeling, color-coding, drainage, and chafe protection are top notch. And before you head topside, check the hull-to-deck joint. It's bonded with high-tech glue, bolted with stainless-steel fasteners, and then encased in fiberglass.