Hey, thanks for the input. Heritage is looking pretty good at this point. The Summit is definitely a sick looking board, and even though I'm sure it can hold its own on steep/hardpack/corn/chop, I feel like the Titan/Heritage are more focused on those aspects and can also (hopefully) hold their own in pow. Besides, my Banana Hammock is what gets busted out on a truly ungodly pow day, and that isn't going to change for awhile, so my quiver is missing more of a true big mountain board than a powder deck.
That said, I still want that board to be able to hold its own on lesser pow days. I know its easy to get caught up in the reverse camber hype, but I've been riding them for two seasons now, loved it, and pretty much swore that I'd never go back. The only thing I found lacking was their lack of pop, which hopefully is solved with NS's RC tech. I really do think it's invaluable in terms of floatability, especially in the wet snow I usually ride.
Walove, just to clarify, did they switch the specs of the Legacy and Heritage a few years back? From some old threads I've been reading it sounds like the Legacy used to be the stiffer board while the Heritage was more freestyle oriented? Just a bit confusing. Anybody got any more input on the newer Heritage? Seems to be a less popular board to review on here than the Legacy or Titan.
Oh, my specs are 6' 2", 180lb, 12.5 boots. Thanks!