I have a 2011 Sherlock and its got that much rocker. That's the way it is made. The custom flying v has less rocker than the Sherlock.
This makes the Sherlock ride better in soft snow/powder, nice and surfy due to all that rocker. I really like mine on those days.
It also means than when you are riding a long flat cat track or traverse where the snow is really packed down hard the Sherlock sits up on that rockered center, and is sort of like trying to stand on a bowling ball, only a lot tippier.
So the first time you get your Sherlock on some flat hard snow you will think that it is trying to kill you, be prepared for this sensation, that is basically what's happening. Your Sherlock wants to go back to the whistler backcountry where it was born and ride golden powder all day long.
After a while you'll get the hang of riding it on flat hard pack, stay on your edges, don't flat base, and so on, and after a couple good snowy days the threat of death on cat tracks will be worth it for the fun in soft snow.