Hi All, Our dilemma. My wife and I really like the Searay390/40. We have looked at a few. PROS - Many for sale, although not in my area in MA. The quality, layout. Hardtop (less eisenglass). Helm AC. Fwd Stateroom, very roomy, versatile. Master Stateroom, roomy, nice layout and storage CONS - Not crazy about the electronics I've seen on the models available for sale, all original Raymarine. No one seems to have been upgraded. Small swim platform. We have dogs and may be harder for them to come aboard. Closed-in feeling with only a small vent on the front windshield at the helm. I like to open up front windows (I know trade off not having eisenglass) and get fresh air when cruising. I know there are side windows but not having airflow through the front I'm thinking will be claustrophobic. Cruisers 405/415 Havent been on one yet. PROS - Quality seems good, still not a Searay. Hardtop (less eisenglass), some models. Few with the Hardtop. It has small eisenglass panels from the hardtop to the windshield. Front air flow! Fwd Stateroom is adaquate, not as nice a setup as the Searay. Master Stateroom looks roomy, layout looks good. Looks like a lot of storage. Has a larger factory swim platform. Better for the dogs and docking. A few have had upgraded electronics. CONS - Not many for sale, fewer with the Hardtop. Especially in the MA area. The Searay comes with Cummins. The Cruisers comes with Yanmar. I'm coming from gas engines, this will be our first diesel so I'm trying to get more familiar with these. We would like to be in our new boat this spring. Any thoughts or comments would be welcome. Thanks, Happy New Year!