Since you mentioned it, I have a Ride Kink and love it. It's just really strong all around, great flex and plenty of pop. I find it very stable on landings as well as on boxes/rails. The sidecut raius is also great for a somewhat wide board so you are still able to carve at pretty high speed without the flex and sidecut digging in scrubbing all your speed like a lot of park boards do. Its also pretty impressive in the pow even with my centered 23.5 stance I float in 2 feet of pow. In 20 years of riding this is the best board I have owned... and it's fairly innexpensive too!