Well, being the cheap SOB that I am (really it's the wife, but I can't say that out loud), I just bought an old '84 Ranger 20'1" 395V set up in the Fish and Ski configuration with a 235 Evinrude.
As near as I can tell, Ranger's idea of a F&S was padded tops on the rod lockers and padded surrounds for back rests, dual consoles, and a socket for a seat in the middle of the boat, which is fine with me, as I can't stand the windshield in most F&S's. I would like a larger front deck, but for $3K I'm not going to complain.
It came with a "vintage" LCR 8000 Humminbird (that works perfectly for what it is), so it's getting replaced with a Raymarine Dragonfly 5 DVS, and if I like it, I'll move it to the front and install a 7 series at the console, but I plan on toughing it out with the one for now. The cool thing about the 7 (and the 4 and 5 Pro series) is the feature that will transmit the image on the screen to your smartphone, so you don't really need one on the bow, but it may be a PITA to view while fishing with a phone in one hand, lol.
Another interesting feature is the two working Lowrance flashers that I have no clue how to operate or read other than getting a vague idea of where the bottom is.
All-in-all, I'm digging it so far, although it is one heavy pig compared to my 15' Skeeter SF115.