Yea NyInfamous2k2 is right, I found the post now I gotta give my opinion. lol
I do ride the Burton Feelgood, but I dont really suggest any of the new versions, if you can get your hands on a 07/08 season feelgood I would say go for it. All of the new seasons feelgoods that came out are too stiff. If you want a stiff board, get the feelgood ES. But I suggest staying on a bit of the flexy side because she has only gone 10 times. Also, this years feelgood has that burton binding thing where you can slide the bindings to where you wanna put them. I forgot what its called and I am not positive, I think you can get it with or without that feature. But Im really not sure.
Here is an example of my board right here...Burton Feelgood Snowboard - Women's 2008 : Snowboards | evo outlet
Finding it may be a bit of an issue because it is old and the best version of the feelgood that came out.
However, the burton feather is a learners board, but if she only rode it 10 times she may wanna stick with that one to be quite honest with you. The feather is a good board, and (depending on where you ride) it is a board that is made for powder because it is so lightweight. The featehr is a beg/int board, and the feelgood is an int/adv board. But if she does want to step it up a level, I definitely suggest the feelgood. Its fast, its got a lot of pop, its so responsive, and it does float through powder. I definitely stepped my game up after I got that board, but then again my old board was like 5 seasons old and it was a noodle that had absolutely no pop left.
Also, I find a lot of people on here that are against Burton because they are overpriced. But if you compare boards Burton is not that much more expenisive. I feel like that is just a cliche and everyone thinks that. I personally dont feel like Burton is much more then any other brand out there.
If I was you- if you just got the Burton Feather and only rode it 10 times, I am guessing it is still in pretty new condition. I would stick with that board for at least another season. Like i always say, its not all about the board thats gonna make you better at what you do, its the rider. If I gave my BF my old noodle board, chances are he is still gonna be passing me.
If you have any questions, let me know. I will be happy to answer them