You’re very fortunate (and BriDog gracious) and it appears I may have gotten “caught up in the moment” (and perhaps I should have been more DIY-pioneering in going through the self-patterning process for our 2018 19SPX, the way BriDog self-patterned his earlier and bigger sport boat). But, to be honest, I tend to be such a perfectionist, I fear doing my own patterns would’ve resulted in either me screwing It up or it taking forever (red face). I’m not sure how SD works it — either ‘authorizing’ reps regionally or ‘sharing’ patterns amongst them but, the gent local to us tells us we are either “his” first 2018 19SPX or “SD’s” first as he is charging us $200 for “scanning” and $200 in labor, BEFORE he even starts cutting or installing material. (We had been waiting in the hopes he could lay his hands on existing patterns for a 2018 19SPX as it would’ve saved us some dinero; however; it appears there have been some changes in the cockpit, from 2017 and I guess someone needs to “be first” with a 2018 19SPX ... Anyhoo, on the phone yesterday he said we’re looking at between $800 and $1,000 for the swim deck and other elevated surfaces and probably another $800-$900 for the cockpit deck. That was yesterday and we first reached out in early August, iirc and thus, an initial and primary reason we changed our minds and backed off getting the entire cockpit deck done in faux teal was the “nebulous air” in getting firm, let alone written, estimates, up front. As it stands, we’re going to take delivery of the boat with “all white” decking throughout (no carpet or floor matting) and we can have the SD rep come to our place and install the faux teak everywhere but the cockpit floor/deck at our dock, sometime in the next few weeks. I’m a firm believer that “everything happens for a reason” and I am very comfortable with the fact we can easily clean and maintain the exposed fiberglass cockpit deck while we consider other options in a more leisurely (less hurried) fashion OR, leave it that way (the friendly advice of lots of other boat owners with 50+ years of sport boating behind them). One thing I have to say is that forums like these and threads like this one are absolutely priceless so, Thanks to everyone contributing!