Thanks for the responses.
I really do enjoy the TBT as mentioned but soooo many people preach about RC, I feel like I must be missing something.
Ultimately I'd like to find something that has the toss-ability of the RC boards while also transmitting the feeling of stability I get from the Bataleon. And while I can attack bumps with the TBT Bataleon with proficiency, I could easily see the maneuverability of a RC would help me negotiate them with more ease.
I guess maybe a better question than what type of board should I get, is:
What type of setup should I look for in my second board?
I guess this would be an easier question if I rode park... But since I don't... An all mountain rider like me, what would be a nice compliment function of board? Should I be looking for something longer? Better in deep powder? Faster? More rigid? Less rigid?
I guess the reason I've been demo'ing RC is because I have a camber setup and assumed a RC setup would be a nice compliment.
But since I already have an "All-around" type setup, should I just be looking for a new "all-around" setup that I like more so I can retire my Omni? Or do I look for a board with an entirely new purpose?
ps - just want to add so I can vocalize my opinion.... I have K2 Step in bindings... I think they are awesome! I have demo'd the Gnu variation and like them to a lesser extent, but can't even begin to understand why these aren't more popular. They are extremely tight, easy, well made and a joy to have.