Thanks for the replies. I have looked at the flagship as well, but I think that might be a bit too aggressive for what I want in my next board. I do like bombing runs, but often get stuck going with friends and teaching them so the board has to be able to work well as slower speeds too. Also I don't want something that is so stiff I can't occasionally pop out a butter or spin if I feel like it. I guess I want something that can do both freestyle and freeride well but don't need the absolute best in either category.
In that case a mountain twin will probably do you well.
Just realize it is a freeride inspired all-mountain freestyle board.
So it isn't really great any an of that but it is a hell of a lot of fun and probably the best "do a little of everything" board I've ridden.
I equate it to how I used to view Burton's custom line.