To get a bead on a new spot, the sonar interfaces with the GPS. This allows me to place a cursor on the SideScan sonar image of a rock pile, which brought up the latitude/longitude, as well as a bearing and distance to the object. I then pressed “Go to Cursor,” but I could have used other ways to navigate to the new spot. I could have set the cursor as a waypoint. I could have turned on a feature called Structure Map, which overlays the bottom images on the chart-plotter display. Had we not immediately seen the object, I could have also used TrackBack, an exclusive feature with Lowrance and Simrad, allowing me to scroll backward on the SideScan screen to find the rock pile and then place a cursor on it.