My all mountain destroyer. I love this board, floats through the pow like a hot knife through butter. Rip's the groomers at blistering speed and carves like surgeon. Rigid enough to eliminate chatter yet soft enough to do presses and jib. I don't do monster kickers just natural features and I tend to tail press my landings much like landing a plane, nice and smooth. I'm running Burton Customs on it right now. I had a few problems with toe cap screws coming loose and falling out. I nearly lost one of them in the middle of a run. Fortunately I had looked down at my foot just as it came off and was able to stop and pocket it, ride down to the equipment shop and get another screw. I fixed it by adding a drop of loctight to the screw. Other than that the bindings have been great. They have a nice surfy, flexy feel and are absolutely bomb proof. Now I am awaiting the arrival of my new NS Brothers in Arms Cobra. Right off the bat I'm wondering how it will compare to my Legacy as the Cobra is a directional board and I've been training my self to ride switch just so I can ride both ways.
Lol the way you described this makes it sound like its an advertisement for the board itself. You are pretty good at writing my friend.