I just got back from spending 2 hours at a local Rhino Linings business. You know, the truck bed people. I went there to inquire about having the upper deck and floors of my fiberglass Grady White Rhino Lined. I wanted to talk with the manager, get a price and see the material used, and learn about the feasibility and longevity of doing this on top of fiberglass. Even though spraying boats is a new concept that they just started doing, they have been having some good results and feedback's on the few boats they have done. One guy even had his bottom done on his aluminum duck boat, and claims it sealed the leaks, made it more quiet and way more durable on the ramps. And the price wasn't to shabby either. He estimated between $400.00 and $800.00, depending on how much deck square footage and tape-off is required. That's not bad considering I do have quit a bit of square footage on the Gradys deck and floors. Can any of you guys come up with any questions you'd want to know about this, that I might want to ask this manager before next April when I take it in?