I wrote a review on the Jib Stick.
I love the R.E.T.T. Basically, its a detuned edge better than you could ever do it, and its perfectly symetrical nose to tail, and still keeps the factory-precise side cut, instead of busting out a grinder or file. I've never caught an edge on a rail, though I have peeled potatoes trying to boardslide a really soft log/tree and that kinda sucked.
The rocker is realy nice, especially for pressing. I've never needed help pressing before, but the rocker makes it so much more stylin'.
You can ride this board all over the mountain actually... it's not a noodle at all. Compared to a skatebanana and a WWW, the Jib Stick actually has a half level more stiffness to it so controlling long jibs is a bit nicer. Also riding outside of a take off ramp and a jib is a bit more controlable.
On ice, the edges on the tips will bite and give you some hold, but it is not for hard packed carves. Throwing a huge heel edge stop will just make you spray snow and skip over the hill, it doesn't have the bite of a full edge. But i mean.... you don't ride this thing for is carving response.
Landing some jumps is KINDA sketch but that might just be my lack of trying. I've never ridden a rocker board while being psyched about jumps... I am kinda over jumping. But I have met some cats who pull 5s, 7s, etc with Jib Sticks totally fine... so I just think its my lack of jumping ability that is the problem, not the board!
I've taken mine into powder just to ride a rocker board in some pow, and it is reeeeeeeeeally fun. I would do again, but i mean... my 23" 15, -12 stance kinda limits my desire to take it on a back country hike.
But like I said, the board is excellent on jibs. Boxes, rails, ledges, everything! The green Trojan Rubber sidewalls are nice and soft (85A i think) and the flex locks you on to rails really good. I mean, a rockered jib board is a little strange for SOME rails but you get used to landing more precisely and allowing the board to flex back to a concave shape.
Cats in the alley, Rats in my snakeskin boots
I just can't seem to shake the shackles of the City boy Blues