I have last year's Goliath. It's quick edge to edge, carves well, bombs pretty fast, good pop, and great in powder. It works well in all conditions honestly. I'm not great at jumps or rails, but it's competent in both. I've taken it off some jumps, but I'm a wuss when it comes to big jumps. :P
I'm going to go on a camber tangent for a bit:
It's got camber like a traditional board + TBT. I'm not an expert, but logic would dictate that rockered boards might edge out TBT when it comes to buttering and powder, but not by a ton. I mean, people have been riding traditional boards for the majority of snowboarding and they still seem to butter and ride pow pretty well
I think companies throw the term "all-mountain" board out there a lot, with Bataleon's TBT probably being truly the best all-mountain solution.
I compared it against my nitro sub-pop, which I understand is comparing apples to oranges, but it helped me see how versatile it was. I had to detune the edges on my sub pop to try and use it how it was meant to be used, and in doing so really sacrificed its stability in ungroomed snow and icy conditions. It was a delight in powder and trying to butter though. As the day wore on into the night, and the snow became more unstable, I had to switch back to the Goliath.
I would love to try a never summer SL-R, one of the burton rockered boards, a skate banana, and a c2 power banana to really decide where I think TBT technology sits.