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as some have said, this board is stable, and is excellent for shredding pow, blasting through pillows and crud, and rips corduroy better than anything i've ever been on. i'm 5'6" 150# and i ride the 166. these things are definitely an improvement over the Freeride! this is the longest board i've used, and i love the stability, which is nice for riding and stomping landings. the softer, wider tip and narrower, stiffer tail are great for keeping the tip out of the deep stuff. The Mojo's are also lighter than the Freerides: the Mojo 166 weighs the same (8.5#) as my Freeride 154... For those about my size and weight, if you're worried about the larger size of the 166, go for the 161. don't get the 154 if you're anywhere near my size. you'll sink your tip, have less stability in soft snow and crud, and have more chatter on hard snow conditions. don't do it!! i also highly recommend the mountain plate bindings for hard boots, and the Scarpa Matrix boots, which improve skinning, traversing, turning speed, and the inevitable two-plank downhill moments which are "spooky" as mentioned below due (partially) to the geometry of the board halves...

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using AT boots with these bindings also seems to boost skinning performing - more power transfer, much easier edging on hard snow, more stiffness = less effort. getting at the pin to release the slider plate is much easier with these as well.

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i bought my splitboard on sale. i think it was from backcountry.com or mountaingear.com. cough up the cash, or be patient. alternately, look at networking websites like turns-all-year.com or teton gravity research.com, or better yet, in splitboard.com. you'll find someone with a splitboard for much cheaper, if you're willing to buy used.