I can't speak for everyone but my dream boat magazine would be filled with bitchin flatties, old school river jets, classic daycruisers jet and v-drive, tons of high performance event and race coverage. I would want very little coverage on new manufacture boats and would want the focus to be more on old school traditional river and lake rods that are also in a more affordable income bracket. I would also want to see coverage of readers project boats peeking inside garages to watch these show pieces take shape while telling their personal build stories. Another dream editorial section would be on a boats history-who owned it new, where has it lived, what different engines and paint schemes have been on it. I say this cause I often wonder who has owned my boat in the past, what engines have been in it, where it was used the most. There is a story behind every scratch, every gelcoat imperfection. these are just a few of the things I would want in my dream boat magazine. What are your dream boat magazine requirements.