Thanks Snowolf -
I've been drawn to Atomic lately and now really looking for a more freestyle oriented board (not exactly a pipe only or one that is too soft that I can't ride anywhere else). I have a lot of freeride boards but mainly use my Rome Anthem for free-ride. I was looking for a board that is not as stiff as my Anthem and a true twin (for switch riding etc). Based on what you know on the Axum...it's a true twin correct? It doesn't seem as stiff as my Anthem yet not too soft that I couldn't hold a stable ride if I decide to take it up to the black diamonds (although I'd prefer my Anthem for that).
Currently the decision is between the Axum and the Burton Twin. This would be the board I would use when I want to do more park and freestyle than free-ride...
it's definitely a great board. I have a buddy that rides it and i've tried it a few times. It's a great all mountain board and also great for the park. I fell in love with it when I rode it. If you rode the hachet and like it, it's an upgrade from the hachet. Would recommend it. You can hit the park all day and if you decide to go all mountain you can do it that too without switching boards. Hope that helps.