Twin McLeod bolsters keep the captain and copilot secure. Ahead of the latter are two gloveboxes, one of which can be converted to a cooler with an overboard drain. The helm is laid out with the Gaffrig gauges that come with naturally aspirated motors in the top section. On each side of the twin tachometers and speedometer are instruments for oil temperature, water pressure, and fuel gauge. Gauges for monitoring the supercharged high-output engines' water pressure, oil temperature, and blower boost are in a panel alongside the wheel. Gaffrig controls have trim on the throttle, and ahead are the separate buttons for drives and tabs, plus the stereo remote. To reduce glare on the dash in harsh sunlight, I'd follow Formula's lead and finish the dash between the gauge panel and the faring in flat gray or black. PowerQuest says it does this on boats ordered with windshields. Belowdecks, the 38 Poker Run has the best head I've seen in an offshore boat. The door closes with three latches into a heavy-duty rubber gasket that keeps it from rattling. The inside is all molded fiberglass, no carpet. Finally.