i would go with the airobic. i just picked one up and took it out last saturday at hunter mountain. it was a bit icy (as usual) and the def airobic held its own. im about 200lbs and was riding the 155, wanted a shorter board since i am mainly trying to learn park right now. was able to carve nicely and transitioning edge to edge was super smooth. its def great on sketch landings and jibs really well too. tbt is def awesome, really hard to catch an edge which def helps when ur just trying to goof off and learn ground tricks or getting away with less than perfect landings. its prob a little too soft for big booters, but great off rollers and the smaller kickers. i didnt think it was too soft overall, but just right at least for where i am right now in skill level (intermediate freerider but beginner in the park). check out "gnarly"'s review on the airobic somewhere around here on the forum, its pretty comprehensive and should give you more insight on it.
i use size 10.5 burton sabbaths and was rocking a pair of large cartels and it was absolutely fine on its 252 ww.