After 26 boats in 18 years, Nort and Toby Saul know a thing or two about what they like. And they like Sea Ray's new 560 Sedan Bridge. Owners of a 1996 Sea Ray 55 Sedan Bridge, the Sauls had been invited by Sea Ray to ride along on our boat test during the Miami International Boat Show. The company apparently valued them as potential purchasers of its latest Sport Yacht, but the Sauls also turned out to be a major resource for my valuation of the 560. Topping the Sauls' comments on the 560 was "love the layout." Specifically, they liked the galley, which they observed has "less plastic" and more aesthetically pleasing materials, including matching fabric blinds and curtains, oak cabinetry (cherry is a no-cost option), and Corian countertops. Toby deemed the galley - forward, to starboard, and on the same level as the saloon - "much wider than ours" and observed that such spaciousness was due in large part to the undercounter Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer and unobstructed outboard windows and windshield that provide panoramic views.