I have an old Rome Anthem, its a great classic free ride board. But if you've been riding a while you will be able to rip a carve on most anything. I must admit that I like how camrock really let's you point the board and move through crud that a cambered board would slam into if you weren't up on your edge. I find myself leaving my cambered boards for the days when there is no snow at all and Im just going to be carving hardpack. Otherwise the camrock adds a lot more fun and maneuverability to free riding. And Im a camber-holic.
I've noticed a lot of the companies are rushing to add new profiles that are similar to camrock, camber under foot and loose tips, K2 and Salomon are doing it this year and Rossignol has been for awhile. I wouldn't be surprised to see Burton come up with a version especially since Flying V has been meh.
Last edited by tonicusa; 12-14-2013 at 09:06 PM.