Being finicky, there were a couple of things with which we found fault. First, the diameter of the 36i's standard wheel seemed too small. Whether one steered from either the windward or leeward side, grasping the helm called for a long, unnatural reach, making it impossible to get locked in and comfortable. By all means, go for the optional larger wheel. Second, the Jeanneau is another boat with the mainsheet led to a coach-roof winch, which again means that the helmsman alone can't dump the main in a gust and must rely on another crewmember, who in turn is obliged to remain on station near the companionway during windy outings. The problem here isn't limited to this particular Jeanneau; we're talking about an industry-wide epidemic. And while we understand the desire to keep cockpits uncluttered, particularly at anchor, there has to be a better solution.