Welcome aboard RCSWANDO and congrats on the new purchase. Here are a couple of thoughts:
Tow Sports: You can purchase a 'bridle' which clips into the pad eyes underneath the swim platform along the transom, then connect the tow rope to the bridle. Here is an example of one:
Rod Holders: This is a great boat, however it is by no means a fishing boat. It's got a swim platform in the way, seating across the back of the transom and no place to mount. About the ony place you could put rod holders would be rail mounted rod holders.
Grill: rail mounted works great.
Bow Roller: A windlass really needs a bow roller that is 'self-launching'. If you're is tweaked and not self launching, I'd look at replacing it with one.
Extended Stays: Water, Holding Tank and Battery Capacity for the house battery will be you limitations. In my 2800, I find that we need to pump out the holding tank every other day. I frequent anchorages which have pump out boats that will come around and pump you out. Otherwise you might find you need to pull up anchor and get pumped out periodically. I keep some collapsable water jugs to take to somewhere where i can fill them. Most dinghy docks and gas pumps will allow you to fill potable water. A generator will help with recharging the battery. conservative use of power will as well (at night leave only lights that are necessary on). Considering replacing bulbs with LED. Consider getting an LED/12V tv versus using a inverter. Inverters are incredibly inefficient. Also turn the fridge down to 2.5-3 when on the anchor. Consider increasing house bank. I have a group 31 AGM batt. for house and I'm considering adding a second one or going with a larger battery or even 6V in series (technically parallel-series.