I love the combination of camber and flex that this board offers. The flat spot between the feet forms a long platform where there are a lot of ways to make it balance out, with a little rocker at the tip and tail to make presses easy and really float you through the powder.
This was my first board that used a new-age sidecut like the "QuickRip", and it takes some getting used to. Sometimes when trying to hold an edge and go straight, I would wind up pushing too hard, and when you engage the ripples they can really bite in and kill your speed. After a few runs I got the touch of it, but overall I don't think that the QuickRip adds anything that much better than a traditional sidecut. I could go either way.
It seems pretty durable so far. To be fair I rode it one day, but I've had pricier boards that were in worse shape after a similar level of abuse. I'm thinking of picking up another one, because all of my decks seem to eventually find that tragic stump/rock in the deep snow.