Well a couple of weeks ago I posted a message about my New Nitro having a Zercom Flahser problem. So I take it to the Dealer and the guy pulls the panel off to take a look. Then he says "Here's your problem. It's not hooked up to the transducer." Then he starts to look for the transducer and lo and behold there is no transducer to hook it up to. So now I have to leave my new boat at the dealer, wait for the part to be shipped and then installed all because som loser at Tracker forgot to mount a transducer. I can't believe a boat manufacturer could make a boat and then send it out to the buyer without first testing the equipment. What happened to American craftsmanship. I could see if it something small but a transducer is, in my opinion, a fairly important part of the boat. Any way now I am hearing from you fellow Nitro owners that the Hummingbird 128, which also came with my boat, is worhtless. I wonder what is next. I took out the two plastic baskets in the rear cargo holds to mount two cleats in the rear because Tracker said "we don't put them on the 750 NX because fisherman have complained about breaking their rods on them and it also keeps the price of the boat down." I paid a total of $12 for the cleats and it took me, a novice, 20 minutes to install them. WHen I took the cargo baskets out I also noticed some screws, washers and nuts laying scattered in the hull. Is it just my luck with this boat or is this normal??? Anyway thanks for letting me speak my peace. This is a great website with real nice people giving great advice.