In recent years, computerized monitoring and control systems have been developed to provide total ride-control solutions. These sophisticated systems are capable of coordinating two or more motion-control devices in a symphony of response to quell both roll and pitch. The most common arrangement utilizes stabilizer fins (or rotors), interceptors (or trim tabs) and rudders, all coupled to a centralized control system. These integrated systems offer some of the best motion control available today but, due to the high cost, are generally found only on superyachts and specialty craft. As with any out-in-front technology, it’s likely that as the technology matures, the cost will decrease, opening up more options.