As for style, there is plenty in the SE. At a glance, it strikes you as a rugged Hummer-like look, but as you settle into the wraparound seating throughout the cockpit, it’s more Range Rover supple. There is surfboard mat flooring — rugged, good-looking, skid-resistant and comfortable for bare feet. There is an opulent amount of billet aluminum and stainless-steel trim, much of it as functional as it is good-looking, like the grab handles set in billeted blocks. The SE 550 is set for big crowds and that requires organized refreshment, so Supra tucks 10 stainless-steel cup holders into the coamings on each side to make sure the libations flow, but not onto the deck. Even the transom platform held a pair of cup holders, which was another touch that earned our approval. Instead of stowaway cushions to expose a nonskid walkway from the transom to the cockpit, Supra styled in some more surf matting to create safe steps — rugged, good-looking and still comfortable for seating as the conversation flowed at an anchor point. Billeted trim at the passenger console compartment and surrounding the Vision Dash could complete the package, but we glanced aft and noticed polished stainless-steel hardware hidden in the center transom seat. We got a grip on it and pulled it forward. It swung upward and over on these polished hinges and sat firmly down on the deck, forming an aft-facing observer seat not on the platform, but safely inside the cockpit.