The Miller 70 - launched only days prior to this writing - has sea trials and fine-tuning to suffer through, as does any brand-new design and build. With lines drawn by Applied Concepts, there's little doubt that the running surface will prove exceptional. However, as anyone who's been around the block knows, propping a boat qualifies as voodoo - as much an art as a science. With its twin 2000 series MTU engines rated at 2,000 hp each, the performance projections call for an impressive 35-knot cruise and a top speed of at least 40 knots. Despite what the photo shows, it will sport a Bausch tower and full electronics by the time you see it at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show.