Thanks for all of your info.
The only reason I was even looking at the harvest is because there is a used one on sale and it's a twin vs directional.
I have thought about a shorter board for my main one, like a 157, but haven't gotten to try one yet before I buy one.
I'll stay away from the harvest and see if my local shops have a burton nug twin since I know they have the restricted directional in stock.
My foot pain really comes from riding long narrow straight aways where I can't seem to keep my foot flat in my boot. I'm always on my toes and if I push my foot down in the back I start to turn instead of riding straight down the trail