Define "limit". Are you a strong and burly 125 that can aggressive push the board around, press it out etc? Are you comfortable at speed on a noodle? Everyone's definition of an all around board differs depending on their riding style. One of my friends uses a Ride Crush as his all arounder and I can barely keep up on the SL, whereas other friends use stiff cambered decks in the park occasionally. The SL isn't a bad choice if you are picking blindly, but you should go demo a bunch of boards first. Are you sure you want camber/rocker/camber instead of camber with rockered tips? They ride very different.
I appreciate your help a ton. Really hoping you can bear with me and point me in the right direction. You know a lot and I see that, and I don't know a lot and I know that.
Here is more about me and my background:
I went to Colorado for Thanksgiving and went snowboarding for a day, where my friend taught me (he has been snowboarding for 10 years). I rode his mom's (so a women's) 146cm snowboard, don't even know what brand. By the end of that day, I was sore but was building my confidence up, doing good going down blues.
Then I went back to Colorado the first of January and snowboarded for 6 days, basically full days each day. I was on a 151cm Burton board, it was a true twin, and thats all I know about it. I am a very athletic person, and I ride better than my 2 friends who I went with, who have been snowboarding for a few years. I had zero problems running anywhere. Blacks, blues, off through the trees, etc. In the terrain park I hit jumps, but didn't try anything fancy because I didn't want to faceplant on a rail.
I would classify myself as intermediate on normal runs and a noob in the terrain park, but I want to be able to do some in the terrain park, eventhough that isn't at all my main focus with this board.
Thanks for taking your time to respond! Also demoing boards probably wont happen because I won't be able to on the next trip (spring break March 16-23).
Also I am going to go research the difference between the NS R/C/R and camber with rockered tips.