The resulting Sea-Doo 3D is based on the Barracuda concept but includes a number of other innovations. For example, it changes personalities like a Transformer. Ride it standing, sitting on a motorcycle-style seat, or sitting low on a bucket seat from a go-kart. Each mode offers a totally different experience. For 2005, Sea-Doo offers two new ways to enjoy this machine: There's a ride-tray insert designed for kneeling and an adjustable strut, called the SHOQ, that locks the handle pole in position. And, compared to other deluxe three-seaters that top the $10,000 mark, the 3D is surprisingly affordable. The base model, which is not convertible, is $6,499. The standard 3D, which includes the fold-down Moto seat, is $7,299. The kart seat ($599), insert ($299), and SHOQ pole ($299) are optional.