Wow! She looks beautiful, Andrew. Nice shine in the interior. I maintain to a lower, more comfortable level.
I agree with simple names easily pronounced on the radio. The best are 2-3 words or syllables with a distinct difference between them. This helps in the radio recognition. Local references or locales within the name may not be a problem locally, but may present a challenge when heard on the radio hundreds of miles from home.
Avoid confusing names like:
"Fairy Godmother" that could be confused as a ferry.
"Heyday" that could be confused with Mayday.
"Host Card" confused with Coast Guard
"Merry Mary" that you can't tell which end is which!
I have a friend who named his boat, "Bot" with a long vowel line above the O, denoting the pronunciation of the word boat. Every time he called on the radio, he had to spell his boat name..."this is Bot...B O T."
The FAA used similar criteria in approving radio call signs for airlines. In their case, brevity and clarity were paramount concerns.