It's easier to catch an edge with a camber board than for example with a rocker board. Each have their upsides and downsides though. Mistakes will be punished harder by a camber board but if you know how to ride it you can be more aggressive.
I found either Camrock (rocker-camber-rocker, such as used by YES) or Arbor's rocker with griptech a good compromise. Playful, more forgiving and still chargeable.
Have a look at the YES Greats or Arbor Coda. They might suit you better than the Custom. There are loads of reviews around the interwebs.
The one board I was looking at was one of burtons v-rocker boards that has the mixture of rocker and chamber