I've seen where lots of tunnel-V boats (JH Perforance, SHoalwater, Exployer, etc.) use trim tabs on their boats. What is the advantages of them on these types of boats? Increased holes shot? performance increases? boat handling improvements? I ask because I wonder if there would be any advantage to having them on my 22' Mowdy. The way my boat is rigged with 2 - 54 qt. coolers in aluminum brackets mounted on the transom (the coolers actually hang over the transom), I end up with a more than normal rear end weight. I really don't need any shallow water performance increases or hole shot increases (thanks to a TRP), but more or less open water increases in bow attitude (i.e., drive the nose down in the rougher stuff). I've already added transom wedges (which helped some in open water but really helped hole shot!), but since a lot of these types of boats use trim tabs and I know very little about them, I'd like some advice/help from on trim tabs?