Hull: Anyone can take a look under the MasterCraft X-Star and see at least a few secrets to its success. There's a step-in at the transom, four terraced chines and a 28-inch draft that's deeper than some comparably sized wakeboard boats'. The hull gives height and shape to the wake without making it too wide. It's all done on the passenger-friendly dimensions of a more-than-22-foot length and a beam just 2 inches shy of the maximum trailerable width.
Ballast: The stock ballast is 1,000 pounds -- 250 in each rear tank and 500 in the center. Recreational wakeboarders will be comfortable with the mellow, rounded wake at this setting The MasterCraft X-Star is also the flagship for the most progressive double up contest in the history of wakeboarding,
Tower: You're already at the point where you're springing for this flagship wakeboarding boat. You're getting the ZeroFlex tower with the cool design and the great wakeboard racks standard.
Highlight feature: VDIG, the video dash gauge. It could do for dashes what the MasterCraft X-Star did for wakeboarding -- really. The LCD screen plays riding video clips and shows you the ballast status, the lake depth and a lot more.