Take, for example, the galley. The standard arrangement has the galley-down in a sunny atrium, but I know at least one wife — mine — who wants the galley-up in the salon. Galley-down gives you great counter space, while galley-up gives you a U-shaped setup tucked behind the helm seats. The trade-off? With up, you get a day-head opposite the portside twin guest cabin, plus a utility area, which means laundry to me. This day-head (with shower) also gives the VIP cabin forward a private en suite head. With the galley-down, you gain a salon sofa.