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Question Raymarine A67 Touch to replace ray 435?

Currently have a Raymarine 435I chart plotter connected with a st6000 autopilot. Am looking to replace it with a A67 touchscreen MFD. Wondering if they share a common plug. Will it plug and play?? Any comments on the A67?
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