The obsession with high-tech graphs reaches new heights every year. Most anglers want mapping on one full screen and bottom finding on another. I was speaking with Jeff Coble who is a sales manager for Phoenix boats, and he emphasized how this generation of bass anglers are married to their electronics like high school girl is married to her smartphone. And these aren't just the everyday mediocre units; it's the giant IMAX movie big screen models, and 4 per boat is the norm! To meet the demand of being able to see both the boat gauges as well as empower dual big-boy graphs, Phoenix actually developed the console (and a special mount called a Dual Mount Dash Shroud) on their 920Pro XP boat to accommodate the need. Jeff said roughly 80% of the pros are running 4 big graphs now, so that may be driving this trend, too, for other companies that are following suit. But I can't help wonder why the electronics companies don't come out with a simple monitor to project the mapping info only to and from one master CPU graph. The way it is, half of the guts of each graph aren't being used. I suppose that may be a rhetorical question.