Well, a year on still enjoying the Aerotec immensely and it's worked out the best compromise SIB for us of all the ones we've owned, not for everyone of course and there are better SIB's for trailer users or gentler inland use but where we launch (typically at sea, rarely less than a F3/4 minimum down this way) and enjoying a bit of mild wave-jumping it's proved very capable and safe feeling.
Nearly there with the small mods and set-up fine tuning that we all like to do.
The original compass mount I made a page back was not great in practise, slightly wobbly and difficult to see being a bit behind the shoulder. This is the new improved mount.
We never use the 'plank' type seats in SIBs so a small custom made piece of ply bolted to the (very stiff and secure) starboard seat mount is working much better. Very solid, easily removable and it also provides a great place to mount the GPS.
The pic is a bit of a mock-up with my Garin 72 as I'm using a smaller model which will be firmly fixed but it's a huge improvement on how it was before dangling on paracord tied to the rail and bouncing all over the tube.
The rubber washers hold the ply central in the mount eyelets and I've used SS eye bolts instead of nuts as these can be undone by hand like wingnuts, nice smooth edges and I can clip a drybag on with carabiners. The main big dry bag is up in the bow but this small one is very handy for a bottle of water or similar.
The portside seat mount I use for a hand hold for the driver, much more comfortable than twisting round to hold the rail.