5'10, 180-185. I Spent the last weekend at Mammoth on the team gullwing 159, regular width. We got buried in snow. In that board, for your weight, I'd consider going up a size. I had a great time on it.
First off, it rides smaller than other boards out there due to the scoop in the nose and tail. This shortens your effective edge.
The Minus side is you ride a larger board than you would normally, but the plus side is that you have a long tip and tail for the pow. Also, the Tapered ends are light, so you don't really feel like your're riding a bigger board. I compared it to a K2 JibPan 158 (Last years, reg. camber) and the JibPan felt way longer. You could see it when you got on the board. So It doesn't feel as big as a board like the never summer SL-R.
It charges really well, I felt fast and stable the whole time. Butters, ollies nice. It took me about two runs to get used to the camber and then I was good to go.
Stability seemed good for me, I could really go fast on it and stay in control.
I like having the Camber at the tips for charging, it really feels good to get those tips pressing into the snow. Also the board had a good surfy feel in powder due to the natural rocker. You could lay a turn from a more centered stance, and the board would just bend from the middle and whip around.
Lastly, I'd have to comment on the base. I don't know if it was the wax or what (I used toko Cold/Warm 80/20, my buddy used Bluebird/Swix) but I was way faster than my buddy on the flats, runouts, etc all weekend.. He had a new Never Summer Evo-R with a fresh coat of wax on it.
To me the toss up would be between this board and a never summer . I could probably drop down a size in the NS if I wanted to, just because of the edge length. Haven't demoed one yet.