I was completely shocked after riding this board. I wasn't expecting much and was completely blown away with how fun it was.
I was a bit worried about the ASYM sidecut on the board, as it's been a long time since I've rode anything that has had that kind of sidecut. But it's solid, you can lay it down and leave trenches, riding switch is a piece of cake & holds on when the snow is firm or icy.
I've been on just about all of the hybrid rockers out there and the CamRock is great. Just a slight hint of reverse camber in the middle to camber under foot and out. The reverse camber isn't as dramatic as what some other companies are doing, so you don't get that "teeter totter" feeling on it when your weight isn't perfectly centered on the board and it was completely stable pointing it down some of the icy steeps at Snowbasin. You also don't get that rocker washout when you are dropping something or landing a jump if your weight is too far back.
I managed to find some wind blown powder just off of the John Paul lift at Snowbasin and it was a blast to cruise right through it. The shape of the nose and tail float right through it and the CamRock is just enough to keep those tips up.
I ride a size 10 boot and had zero issues at all with any toe drag or the Union Contact Pro bindings I used on it fitting. But I wouldn't suggest trying to fit an 11 on it as you might encounter some toe drag unless you have a boot with a reduced footprint.
If you're looking for an all-mountain deck that will handle anything you want to throw at it while still being fun when you want to dork around, this is a deck that should be on your short list.