Rocker Camber Rocker moves the "real" contact points inwards of the wide points (by varying amounts depending on the model). It is important to visualize where the real contact point is to load the board effectively. That is the part that can be corrected. If your new deck is also softer than the old one, that is energy that the new board does not have available to offer you. Typically a move from pure Camber to RCR is relatively minor in terms of boost, so it sounds like you may be dealing with a lack of structure. This is one of the common compromises that exist in board design. You get one thing but it costs you somewhere else
. The cool thing is that you usually end up making up for the differences in technique and end up a better rider for the experimentation.