Even something as seemingly mundane as bow storage gets a radical redesign. Conventional bow storage has always come with a catch: On the water, accessing the contents requires an awkward stretch over the handlebars, water often splashes into the open compartment, and the deepest-buried items are never within reach. Sea-Doo’s solution is to move the compartment directly in front of the saddle and essentially make the entire handlebar/mirrors/information display assembly one big lid. From a seated position, I released two levers, lifted the gas-shock-assisted hatch upward, and revealed a generous compartment with handy dividers to keep contents organized. Again, the solid feel of the assembly is impressive. Where I expected rattles and play, I found beefy, solid construction. The redesign reduces the glove box to little more than a smartphone holder, but in today’s world that piece of tech is a given. Rest easy knowing your device will be pampered with foam and housed within a waterproof case, and a USB port will be at the ready.