Got that angle wrong :-)
I also played with polishing edges and trying to remove scratches. There's also some kind of black silicone or some such residue along a lot of the edges. Looks like this stuff is going to end up just being practice material for my first time ever playing with sheet acrylic, and I'll probably end up with some good patterns for tracing onto some stuff bought brand new. Turns out I can buy what I need from TAP for @ $150.00 total.
I'm staying with the Acrylic, not going Lexan. It's optically clearer, much more resistant to all the chemicals it could come into contact with, and scratches CAN be polished out. I'd just need to polish every square inch of the stuff I've already bought. Oh yeah, It's much cheaper than the Lexan. Some will argue the Lexan is stronger, but honestly the Acrylic is plenty strong enough in the right thickness. Here's the look from inside.
I'll end up splitting the long side windows into for and aft panes.
supposed to get wet and warm later this week. I'm going to have to make a real effort to get help to drag the boat off the trailer and flip it for bottom paint. I REALLY want to get that done before I Install the windows for good.