Try to demo a rocker/camber board first. You may love it, you may hate it. It does take a little getting used to coming from camber. You have to learn to trust it.
Thats the problem I don't get chance to demo here in New Zealand since its summer, will be in Colorado next month and want to commit to a board for the start of the holiday. I am happy to take a bit of a plunge and learn a new feeling (but saying that, that's why I'm on here, to help make an informed decision)
You mention "learn to trust it" so I take it you're saying it is a solid platform it just moves around a bit and you don't actually need to correct it, just let it run?