If you're looking for a new radar, you're in luck. That's because over the past year or so the technology has made a couple big leaps in what it offers recreational boaters. One is the choice of solid state operation, which means there's no magnetron and therefore no radiation coming from the antenna. Another is the incorporation of Doppler technology into signal processing. Two of the new radars introduced this year harness Doppler to paint targets red if they pose a threat to your boat and green if they don't. There are other refinements and functions also. As part of our annual Best & Brightest Boating Electronics survey, Marine Electronics Journal asked radar manufacturers to tell us which model in their product line they consider to be their best all-around radar.