My "predicament" - Gnu AG vs. Burton Custom V or...
I have access to prodeal on Gnu, Burton, K2, Ride, and Rome, and I'm going to get a new board/binding combo.
I'm looking for a good all-mountain reverse camber board, I live in Portland and spend a majority of my time at Mt. Hood, but I goto Bachelor, Baker and BC mountains from time to time. I live for Powder/Trees/Freeride but I goto park on bad days and want a board that's capable in the park.
I'm on a Ride TMS with Burton Mission bindings currently, I like it but looking to add a more park/powder-capable board to the quiver.
I'm liking the Custom V because I can get it for 250 vs 360 for the Gnu, and because I've been wanting to try EST to easily change my stance based on daily conditions, but the Altered Genetics artwork is astoundingly dope and I love Gnu boards.
Basically, looking for a fair comparison (ie I don't give a fuck about your opinion on Burton, but actually evaluating the board based on my interests). Also, good Burton binding recommendations, I like the Missions okay but looking for an upgrade (C60, P1.1, or another good freeride binding).
Other reverse cambered boards from those companies are welcome.