Typical of a Rinker boat, the 276 Captiva comes equipped with an extensive list of standards, so you won't be nickel-and-dimed for such must-haves as a compass or Bimini top. Yeah, you say, they just add it to the base price. But the $69,050 tag with test power is quite reasonable for a feature-laden bowrider. Yes, there are some options to consider. The Sport Arch gives the boat some flair, plus overhead speakers and a subwoofer for surround sound (there's also an elevated towing eye), and tacks on an extra $5,127. The windlass, a big-boat feature that's becoming more of a staple on smaller boats, adds another $2,381. But if you're going to spring for just one option, get the MerCruiser DTS system for $2,286.