You don't want to see the zoomed out shot of that board, Question would be what didn't it hit. Still though I had an old Burton that could withstand the scratches way better than this coda.
I did a whole lot of tree runs and non groomers this season. Plus was out last storm and got blown off a cliff via a strong wind gust+icy conditions.
With the Rome I dunno if its because its the wide or the extra inch, I just did not get as much pop or play, board does not seem as lively. The guy wants $350 for the non wide, Clearancing the wide. I have a 11.5 foot(via Burton Ions) so it's not bad, but I didn't have a problem on the arbor non wide either.
It felt i needed way more speed to get the same air I would with the Arbor. With the Arbor I coudl pop off little moguls with ease and get nice air. Barely left the ground with the Rome.
The shops near me don't carry Nitro boards..they have Have Arbor, Gnu, Ride, Jeremy Jones, and of course Burton.