I own the 2011 Angus and it's been an amazing all mountain board. I live in Utah and ride about once a week. I love the camber, I feel it's the best all-mountain camber for someone who just enjoys riding top to bottom in a variety of terrain. I'm not a park rider, so I cannot comment on that. It's been great in powder, turns like a champ on a groomer, and basically performs to my expectations (or better) in every situation I've put it through. I'm 6', 175lbs, SZ12 Burton boots, so I'm riding the 162-Wide version.
As far as durability goes, I only have one issue which was caused by me. It slid off a rack and fell onto it's side on concrete which caused about a 1" area to delaminate from the impact. I've ridden it an entire season like this and it has not gotten worse, so I think that proves it's well made and durable.