Thanks Riley. Well the only brand I'm very familiar with is Burton and I'm not a very big fan of Burton. I've heard of all of these other brands but have no experience with them, which ones have a good reputation for their boards. Does Ride still make any of the DH models with camber? If anything I may just keep an eye out for another Ride Antic, pre-rocker years.
i only listed camber boards that were directional and im sure i missed some. these are just commonly available.
the arbor a frame is arbor's top of the line freeride camber board, it really rips. same with the salomon xlt and burner. the other i just found on the internet and dont know much about.
Another board mentioned above is the Ride Highlife UL, it would probably work for you as well, having almost flat camber from the tail to about 10% before the tip where it has slight rocker to give more lift in powder, pretty much everyone who rides one says its the best thing they have ever ridden.
Ride does make the DH and it is all camber still but is a true twin.
Quite a few of the latest rocker/camber hybrid boards rip just as well as a camber only board, the companies are really dialing in the mechanics of the boards, with the hybrids shapes and fancy sidecuts like magnetraction, variogrip, griptech, etc. If you havent demoed some of the boards from lib-tech or never summer yet, try to.