Thanks a lot my friend, out of all the suggestion you listed, I only heard of Burton, how does the other 3 brand compares? Especially for when it come to maintenance, because if its possible, I like to keep that one for many years to come.
No problem! There are many other options out there, but these are three that I think I'd want to use if I were in your shoes.
Burton is based out of Vermont, most board production is in China. The Custom has a 3 year warranty, and a sintered base (sintered is generally faster, but more delicate than extruded bases). Burton warranty service is FANTASTIC.
Neversummer is out of Colorado, and produces their boards in house. The West has a 3 year warranty and a sintered base. Heard good things about their warranty process, and durability of their boards.
K2 is based out of Washington, and I believe production is in China? The Joy Driver has a 5 year warranty, and a sintered base. K2 is generally referred to as a quality brand (they also make lots of skis and ski gear), although I have no experience with their warranty department.
Volkl is based out of Germany, and produces their boards in Germany. I believe their board warranty is 3 years, but can't confirm. The Sleek has an extruded base, which will be marginally slower, but likely more durable (and less maintenance) than a sintered base. Rumour is they have a great warranty department. I owned a Volkl race board until recently, and it was VERY well constructed.
There are lots of other brands out there, but some don't offer what I suggested (mid-flex, directional board)...