I like either those or a fiberglass one.
My last deck boat had a huge fiberglass one.
It was surprising how much time we spent "backwards".
The rear flip flop laydown seat helped, but I bet your sun pad will get a lot of seat use with feet hanging on the platform.
Son wakeboards, so something like that is real important..
Getting in and out w/o a platform and a board on is rough.
Kid and his friends are bigger than I am now, so lifting them in and out is a chore.
Good point taken, Its a BITCH climbing in and out of this boat... my knees are bruised consistently along with others who come out. So thats the number one reason for getting one. Hell the wife is on board for letting me buy something for the boat that costs $$$ so I gotta take what I can get.
Another reason is it will just really update the boat... I think when comes down to selling her it will be more eye catching. People want that big platform on the back of the boat.
Thanks for the comments.