Dennis kaiser was the owner of Jaws, he was a partner at one time with our company, and has owned several of our cats in varying lengths as well as a 45' skater also called jaws that he and a good friend of ours (Dave Wesseldyke of Wesco Racing Engines) set a kilo record in. I have seen it a bunch of times where a lighter skater with bigger power than we had was behind us at several different poker runs because of the water conditions. People should understand that there is an inherent strength in being a little heavier as long as there is a balance between strength and weight and with us there is due to the materials we use and the experience we have in using them. We have looked into everything as far as material goes from wet-preg, vacuum bagging of epoxy and s-glass to pre-preg, vacuum bagged, autoclaved laminates costing tens of thousands of dollars per roll and as far as were concerned, there is no better material at any price for the type of boat that we build, and I think with all of the boats we still have running around out there that I'm safe in that assumption. But, with a forum like this, and being in our chosen business we set ourselves up as a target for armchair quarterbacks and couch engineers of all sorts. You take the good with the bad, and that's that!