Almost there ... Keel attached to bulb and faired
Rudders are in and faired
Windows are in, saildrive visible. The yellow tape along the hull is the antifoul line, 80mm above the waterline. No, you aren't seeing things, that's it.
Companionway steps. Not a lot of room between galley bench and bottom step, but could only be better if steps were more steep, and having lots of things to hold on to near the lower steps not a bad thing. Will be a nice easy step from lower step to top of keel box, and there's plenty of headroom. Flange just below (very shiny and pretty) heads door shows eventual floor level here. Shower drain pump just to starboard of steps.
Starboard steering wheel pod, steering wheel mount at lower left edge (yellow tape).
Larger Nexus cover on NXR (details here, and manuals here). The smaller Nexus cover to the left/inboard is the autopilot control (link). The nexus Racebox (details here, and manual here) button and speaker are mounted on the underside of this (stbd) pod.
The small stainless steel buttons on the outboard end control the keel. Top two are starboard(up) and port(down), bottom one is centre. All of these will function as single press to initiate movement in that direction, another press to stop, or it will stop at the end of travel automatically. A clever bit of electronics controls automatic selection of electric or engine-powered hydraulic pump, increases engine revs if needed, and oversees keel control. There is also a built-in automatic return-to-center in case the keel ends up on the wrong side after a nasty broach with the boat pinned on it's side.The port side pod, not shown, is a mirror image (although it just has a space where the autopilot is on the stbd side, while we decide on the best option for here)