The Bumble Bee 2100 Super V is probably the best pure performance boat in the group, excelling BT0605_34E.jpgthroughout the entire rpm range, not just at high speeds. It didn’t record the fastest top end, but it came close. Its price tag is right in the middle of the pack, making it a real value for a tournament-quality boat. It comes with a good selection of standards, but some of its amenities aren’t as upscale as on the other boats. And that keeps it from being our top dog. The Nitro 929 CDX is respectable in every criterion we used to judge these boats. Its performance, construction, finish, and fishing ability are all right up there. That said, it also didn’t stand out against the others in any category. Plus, it had the lowest top end and the highest ambient noise when running. It’s a boat you’d be proud to own, but it isn’t our big winner.