While builders like Hydra-Sports, with its 5300 Sueños, have taken the shock value out of a 40-foot center-console, there are others building models comparable to the 420 Outrage. The Everglades 435 CC ($681,538 with four Yamaha F350s) is the most obvious comparison, since both have unsinkable construction and reputations for being well built. Being among the select few to sea-trial both boats within days of each other, we got a good feel for their similarities and differences. The Everglades is the faster boat, with a lighter (16,600-pound) dry weight and the extra 200 hp pushing it along. The Everglades we tested felt more attuned to the hard-core, blue-water angling crowd, while the Whaler had more family-oriented creature comforts, but we're splitting hairs a bit here because the 420 Outrage is certainly well equipped to fish.