In the galley, I spied two exceptional features among the cherry cabinets, teak flooring, and two-burner stove recessed within the solid-surface counter. One was a microwave that incorporates a coffeemaker. Talk about a spacemaker. The second was the refrigerated drawer that complements the regular refrigerator/freezer. Two fixed skylights, in addition to the opening hull ports and deck hatch with sky screen, provide light and ventilation below. Topside, you access the bow via steps molded into the companionway slider. There are no sidedecks, accounting for the roominess belowdecks. I found a sunlounge with a headrest on the bow, standard windshield wipers, and the windlass, cleat, and chain stop all under a hatch for a clean installation. Look closely at the swivel shackle on the anchor rode. Its pin is seized with wire at the factory. That kind of attention to detail is hard to come by. Since Cruisers Yachts has discontinued its 320 Express for 2007, the 310 Sundancer is your only choice for an express cruiser this size with V-drive power right now. Keep them honest by saying you're considering stern drives and looking at Rinker's 320 Cruiser ($169,638 with twin 300-hp MerCruiser 350 MAG MPI Bravo Three stern drives) or Regal Marine's Window Express 3360 ($196,049, with twin 300-hp 350 MAG Bravo Threes), then take the 310 Sundancer for a ride.