How come Burton offers so many boards? Most brands have maybe 10-20 boards in their lineup. Sure, being the Big Bad Burton means resources to have a huge offerings but what do you really need in a quiver? A powder board? A park board? An all mountain/freeride board or maybe one quiver killer as it's now called? How many variances could you have that would even be noticeable to 90% of the boarding public? I only ask cuz I'm tired of seeing Burton occupy the first couple of pages of alphabetically ordered board searches on retail sites. LOL, they're like the GM of snowboards...too big and the product line gets blurry and watered down and then you have to ask for a snowboard bailout.
I personally like the 2010 burton graphics, but each to his/her own. Does anyone know why the 2010 hero looks different from one another? Theres one with lines and the other one looks like it divided up into sections. (I am sorry for the link)