Yes, at the middle of last season, I switched over to the TackTick T104 set, which gives you wind, speed, depth and temp, as well as an NMEA 0183 interface box. I've been very pleased with the way they work.
While the instruments can be mounted in quick-release mounts, I decided to mount mine using the more permanent screws. They are mounted on a port that I installed in the cockpit/cabin bulkhead and allows me to still use the port for ventilation when at anchor.
A few things that most people don't seem to realize:
First, the hull transmitter has a battery in it. I believe the NMEA 0183 interface does too. This allows the instruments to run independently of the boat's DC system for a while, but I don't know how long. The hull transmitter will power the two transducers.
Second, the instruments have a decent battery life, so even if the sun decides to go into hiding for a week, you'll still have instruments.
Third, as long as you're not near another boat with TackTick instruments, setup is very simple and straightforward. I found this out setting up the instruments on a friend's boat. Apparently, rafting my boat up to her's was a bad idea.
We ended up separating the boats and anchoring a fair distance apart...and then trying it again.
Fourth, the TackTick instruments use standard AirMar transducers, so you can often re-use the transducers, which means you may be able to switch to the TackTick display heads without having to haul the boat. I'm an using the ST60 speed and depth transducers, which are also made by Airmar.
I've had the instruments up through quite a few thunderstorms...and haven't had any problems with them. Of course, I haven't been next to or involved in a direct lightning strike...but I don't think any brand of instruments would handle that well.
I hope this helps.