Hi, it was a lovely boat show at Koeler's this year--is that the one you went to?
Regarding bonding--NO! This not from our experience but from the sad experience of our wooden boat. The boat was fine for 60 years when the previous owner decided he'd bond things...he connected together every (bronze and galvanized) keel bolt, as well as many of the "major" bronze things on the boat--rudder stock, stern bearing, shaft log, gudgeon, etc, all were part of this bonded system. Well, it seems a nearby (steel) boat in the marina had a little problem with shore power and took out all the zincs on the surrounding 6 boats--and "dezinced" every bit of bronze that was bonded. Several thru-hulls weren't part of the system and they're fine, btw.
Some of the wood around the bronze stern bearing and around the rudder stock was turned punky soft and when the boat was hauled looked "shredded" and the boatwright we were using said that looked like a problem with electrolysis...same thing with the keel bolts that went thru the stem knee (which we had to replace because of it--both the keel bolts due to age/dezinc and the stem knee due to the electrolysis damage.
From this previous owners' experience, we've learned that we (and you) should own a half cell and know how to use it in the water around your boat if you're near other boats.
And--no, no, no! don't bond IMHO.