One suggestion I would make is to cultivate a new, additional litmus test when prioritising maintenance
Think "could I handle a failure of this item by musclepower and/or brute cunning"
For many people, many things which pass this test on a 32' will fail it on a 42'.
A gooseneck failure in a breeze is a classic example. Or a pole topping lift
This - ideally - suggests reordering the inspection
list, and perhaps the joblist, to some degree.
+1 on the midship cleat, BTW. And check the fasteners and the under-deck doubler while you're at it!
Check also the Gearshift linkage, at both ends. The increased deadweight translates into momentum, in ways which can wreak levels of havoc a 32' boat can only dream of.
It can more than ruin your day if the single
lever control , when you go to reverse and apply maximum thrust, obeys the latter instruction while disregarding the former!