The new 202 may be the smallest Cobalt, but it brings along all the nuances of design resulting from the thought and planning lavished on our biggest performance cruisers. The 202 invites its owners toward meaningful decision-making, as every square inch of its 8'6" beam, its 22'5" length, bow scuff plate to extended swim platform, has been applied to flat-out boating fun, to ease and function and convenience at every turn. In the matter of sweet, sweet looks, 202 owners have no options whatsoever. Here are long, smooth, graceful lines, with such attention to surface detail, to the sweep and flow of subtlety as might catch a perfect light. The 202 looks good, looks big, is big. In the bow, for example, where the design showcases room, massive seating room that is every bit as real as the flared lines would have one believe. Instrumentation is focused, efficient, all function with just enough flair to catch ... and hold...the eye. The entire helm station is sleek and attuned to the navigational task at hand. Set alongside the black-leather tilt steering wheel, the all-knowing gauges are accessible, prominent, legible in the extreme, even as optional GPS and compass open the 202 to extended cruises on major water. Storage is everywhere, including ski space in the floor. Flip a coin. Heads, own the 202 today. Tails, own it yesterday.