All the fishing goodies are included, such as six console rodholders, six more in the gunwales (most boatbuilders provide two and charge $50 to $100 for each additional one), a transom livewell, coaming bolsters, and an integrated tacklebox behind the front console seat. The console design is a bit unusual. The unit is mounted on a slightly elevated molding, which creates a toerail all the way around. Standard courtesy lights are hidden under the elevated section, keeping glare out of your eyes. All walking surfaces are covered in molded nonslip, and the molded-in spray deflectors give nice lines to the hullsides. Bottom line? The 19 Deep Vee's level of construction, standards, and fit-and-finish are a match for many boats that cost more.