HAHAHAHA!! I'M NOT USING THE SEARCH!!!!!
Actually, it's not an emergency either.
Seriously tho, I've got a question about progression and board flex. My wife boards. Not very well - she can tentatively make it down blues but feels much more comfortable on greens. She's not too interested in getting air or breaking land speed records... she just likes to have a nice chillaxin' cruise.
At any rate, I started her out on a NS Infinity (regular camber). She had a difficult time but stuck with it and conquered, going from beginner to novice. Last year we got her an Arbor Push and she was in heaven. It became apparent to me that the Infinity was just too much board for her too soon. She loved the ease of the Push, how easy it was to transition, and generally just felt a lot more secure on it.
She's been eyeing the NS RC boards however. Santa Claus is hesitantly thinking of leaving one under the Xmas tree this year, but I'm thinking may I should get her a Pandora and not an Infinity. The Pandora is a park board, and even tho she wouldn't step into the park for anything short of a date with Brad Pitt (lucky me, huh?), it's a much softer and flexy board than the Infinity, and I think she'd appreciate the easier time of a softer board. Given her low speed cruising, I don't think she'd even need any dampening from a stiffer board.
Advice? Thoughts? Most importantly, experiences?