So I took the Admiral out yesterday to find some fish in Long Island Sound. We were 7 miles out, and I shut down the engine for our first drift. It stuttered as it shut down, which struck me as odd for a new engine (6 hours on it). When i went to start it for the next drift setup, I got nothing. No click. All power was on to the fuel pump, etc - but no starter engagement. I went to switch to Battery #2, and noticed that the battery selector was in between the #1 and "both" detents. Never had that happen before, but with two dogs and the Admiral on board, I've seen a lot. I popped the hood and used my multimeter to check the power to the starter. 12V to the battery stud. I had the Admiral turn the ignition key, and I got zero to the switch stud. All fuses checked out. Stumped. So, being way out, I jumped the starter with a screwdriver and did some more drifts with the engine running. On one drift, I shut the engine down out of habit - and realizing it I turned the ignition and she started right up. Hmmmmm. We headed in because the drifts were wind against the tide, and restarted it back at the dock, and then again during the flush. Today I had it out all day, and it was flawless. I'm thinking it was a computer lock down or something, but I'm not convinced that a MEFI 2 is that complicated. Solenoid - maybe, but that, and the starter, is relatively new. Has anyone had this happen, and does anyone have any ideas as to the cause?