My boat is a 1979 Lund S-14. Here's how I've configured mine; maybe you can find some things you want to do with yours.
Boat original configuration, as pictured in the Lund Catalog for 1979:
I put my batteries in the middle bench, with the electrical "panel" right there in front of where I sit while on the tiller.
Pic of the boat's current configuration looking toward the tiller. I have flat decks and a casting deck up front. The ply benches are original to the boat, though I have modified them to provide hatches.
The battery compartment. I have a starting battery hooked direct to the outboard. The wiring for that runs from the outboard, under the aft bench, under the deck and into the battery compartment. The accessory battery is a 100AH LiFePO4 battery. It powers the trolling motor, two fish finders, bilge pump, and nav lights. The batteries sit in trays on a plywood platform that is secured to the bulkheads of the bench seat.
The electrical "panel" and two bank onboard charger are attached to the aft bulkhead of the middle bench. There are two thermal overload protectors. One is dedicated to the trolling motor, the other supports the fuse block. The fuse block can support six separate circuits; five are in use.
When I first got the boat, the fuse block and thermal protection were mounted behind the helm position, and it was very awkward to see, unless I got up turned around to see it or reach it. I want all of that stuff right there in front of me when I'm on the tiller. So I reconfigured the boat when I decided to replace the wonky decks last year.
Anyway, that's the way I did it. I'd like to see what you decide to do for your boat.