Happier than a pig in shit is an understatement!
Im even hesitant to ride buddies new boards just because , well, one run without my goat is one run too many.
It literally made me a better rider the 1st time I rode it. From steeps to trees to groomer it just installs confidence to do the next thing with a bit more intensity.
Now, after riding both I can say it really isn't even a comparison. They're two entirely different boards. BSOD is damn near a full camber board that takes effort to maneuver around the mountain.
The BG is a c2b (is that right?) which is rocker between toes and camber under feet. It is nimble, stable, and fun to ride in any conditions. I had it up spring skiing down decent black diamond pitch, nice and wide and groomed for wide open carving and the goat kept me happy and hauling ass. I just can't say enough about the board and it's vesitility. For me anyways, it works and works well.
Arron if you're still having a problem deciding read some comparisons on camber vs. cb2 tech. Maybe that will help you?
Let us know what you decide and good luck. They're both great boards just different.