First of all, I picked up my DH2 in early November of 2009, and have since ridden it about 3 or 4 times a week here in the great state of Alaska. I spend most my time riding a combination of all-mountain and park, but also do plenty of backcountry/pow riding along with many urban/jibbing sessions. It is easily the best board I've ever owned.
Most descriptions of the DH2 label it as a park board, and I'm not saying that it doesn't slay the park, but this board is definitely more than capable of ripping the entire mountain. Within the first week of riding my DH 2.2 (the second of the three limited edition graphic releases), I had the pleasure of bringing it out on a 2' pow day.. I was shocked by how much the lowrize rocker made it float out of the deep Alaskan powder. Since then, I've done everything possible on this board, from 3' pow days at Alyeska Resort, to sessioning urban spots around Anchorage and the surrounding areas, and everything in between. The carbon array 5 and pop stixs make the DH2 very snappy and stable, with tons of ollie power, and the lowrize rocker makes the DH2 playful and pressable on boxes and rails. I've literally used this board for every style of riding and it miraculously seems to excel in each discipline, I've done backcountry, all mountain, park, and urban jibbing. It's proven itself to be very durable as well, the cleave edges and slimewalls take abuse like you wouldn't believe. The only complaint I have (and it's a very minor one), is that the top sheet has cracked on either side of the nose of my board (roughly in between the binding inserts and the tip) from being pressed so much in addition to taking various ragdolls and tomahawks. This is purely cosmetic and the cracks only reach about an inch to two inches into my board from the edge. These cracks have not compromised the integrity of the board in any way. If you're looking for a noodly board to be used strictly for urban and park, you may want to check out the Ride Crush, but if you're looking for an incredible park board that can also slay powder and hold it's own on the rest of the mountain, look no further. I highly recommend the Ride DH2.
Also, for sizing references, I'm 5'10", 150 lbs, wear a size 10 32 Lashed, use Ride Alpha Movements in size 9-11, and have the DH 2.2 in a 155 regular. Hope this helps.