Thanks, hadn't logged in for a while. I might be interested in some headsets. I got my new prop last Wednesday and took the little boat out 4 times since. I guess I have a small enough cage and prop because I got in at 64 ramp on Friday and went down past Venice and Two Rivers, it was pretty close though probably had around 8 inches to spare. Must have just hit the timing right to be in the low flow part of the day. I eased up to it cause I wasn't quite sure and my passenger sure was turned around checking it out. I sit pretty high on the rigging and my eyeballs are actually right at the top of the cage so if I get up to a bridge and think I don't need to duck then I will make it through. Probably see me riding out of 64 ramp a lot more after tonight. I took the wife down to Louisville ramp and had a good ride up past the guard camp. When pulling back to the ramp there were some people out sitting on the ramp so instead of turning around above the ramp and feathering it in backwards with the current which would have prop blasted them, I went past under the bridge and then came back through upstream and was going to ease it sideways over to the tie off post. Got the front right side up on an old bridge beam that was just low enough to not be giving a good indicator swirl with the jettie rocks disrupting the flow above the ramp. Got a fresh tear in the poly and luckily just a scratch in the aluminum hull. Made for an interesting 10-15 seconds since it pushed up my normally high side and I knew if I gave it any throttle I would dip the low side even worse and sink us. Wife and I both jumped ahead and to the right so it balanced out, I shook it back a little and the current pushed it back off. Took on about a gallon or two of water lapping over the side, was very close to dropping it to the bottom. The guy coming in behind me didn't know for sure what had happened but he knew there was a lot of activity going on in our boat so he circled around wide and high to stay clear of that spot. Thinking I will drive the extra 10 miles to Valley and shove my boat off in sand instead of dodging old beams from now on.