Operating the motor in a standard fashion, we quickly lucked into two nice bass at a depth of 10 feet. We entered depth mode on the Pinpoint, locked it in at 13 feet, set the shore mode for "right side," and put the speed at 2. We didn't touch the Pinpoint for the next 20 minutes, but the motor stayed right on the contour, whether it went out a mile or 20 feet from shore, and we released seven more bass. The real bonus came when Ben told me to hit the red "resume" button on the side of the pedal, and the boat smoothly turned 180 degrees. We then covered the exact same path, hitting three more good fish. If we found a spot we wanted to cover very slowly, we would just set the speed at zero and the motor made quiet, minute corrections to keep us on the spot indefinitely. Ben also demonstrated the Pinpoint's ability to track creek beds.