Arbor Coda or...?
I'm 2 seasons into riding and want to upgrade my board to a sweet intermediate/advanced one that I can keep progressing on for years to come. I ride most of the mountain except the park. Looking to do some jumps, drops, trees, and just general messing around and freestyle on both groomers and pow. The board that seems to fit the profile well is Arbor Coda, the reviews are great. However, it's a directional board, and I want to learn to ride switch. Will this be a problem? Should I be looking for true twin boards for that? All advice and board suggestions will be appreciated greatly.
Also, I'm about 5'7" 150 lb. Is 155 or so my board size?