I think you would find exactly what your looking for in the Rome SDS Garage Rocker 154cm. The best thing about the rocker technology is that it was made for making it easier to do butter tricks and manuels and all that jazz. However with that arch in the middle of the board, the nose stays above the powder without you working your legs by putting all your weight on the back foot.
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The transition kit is the discs in the bottom of the bindings that you use to mount them onto the board. If the board has a single track system it should have came with the discs and hardware that allow you to adapt your bindings to either the standard 8 hole mounting system or the single track. Basically you should have got discs with the perferated holes on the outside and the single slit in the middle to mount what ever bindings you have to the single track system.
No you wouldn't get any toe drag with the 158w depending on how you set your bindings. if you keep them centered you will be fine. and a 158 is a perfect size for you if your mostly into park. I ride a 158w and by the sounds of it I'm the same size as you and from personal experience the 158 gives me the perfect clearance while busting those quick 270s out of the rail, however its just long enough for powder when I stray into the bowls. I manage to stay on top without too much effort. So yea this board would be perfect for your riding style.
With size 12 feet, a wide board would be a good choice but not necessary. But with your height a 161 would be good for park and having a wide board would make it a little easier for you to balance on rails.