I would like to see the rubber centerboard stopper piece improved so it does not come loose and pop off. That is the problem that caused the injury to a sailor's hand, which ultimately caused the most recent change to our centerboard. Now, they have changed the design but did not actually address what caused the problem. This weekend I saw two people with the new boards that had the blue stop pop off while sailing. The laser class recently approved a rule that allows people to thrubolt that piece. Maybe we should consider doing the same? It would also be nice if the hiking strap design or front metal fitting were changed so that the metal bar does not cut through the hiking strap and cause it to fail. After cutting through my strap in less than a season, I replaced my hiking strap with a design similar to this: http://www.sunfishclass.org/tips/hiking_strap_protection.htm and have never had an issue. Finally, I would like to see roller cleats installed for the outhaul and cunningham on the spars in the PRO model boat. It would make the sail adjustments a little easier. Most people that do this installation by themselves use this fitting.