Originally Posted by bturner2
I like my Hyperlite Murray. Not sure if it's what you'd like though. It's a rather loose but forgiving board. Being loose and having shallow fins you have to use the rails to cut with. Rides a lot like an over-sized trick ski. I occasionally ride out in Lake Erie which even on calm days has it's share of rollers. It seems to do well for me on a mix of conditions.
I had a Ronix One that had tremendous pop but it liked to catch edges. You really had to be on with that board or take a rather nasty digger. At my current level of riding I'd much rather slide out of a situation than take a face plant.
The one is definitely a board you need to charge all the time and be in the right position or it can punish you. The newer shape isn't that bad, but its predecessors where killer
Current: 2008 Super Air 210TE
Previous : 2000 X-Star, 3000lbs ballast, LTR 330, Acme 1235 14.5X14.25prop. 1200 hrs of flawless fun