You can't go wrong with Raygun or Tour. I've ridden on my Tour 6 times now, as a new rider, and it really did make it very easy to learn. I've started dynamic riding on easier blue runs, and haven't had many falls since learning the basics. It feels very comfortable, although I can't really compare it myself to anything but a learner Burton. From what I've read, the Raygun and Tour are fairly similar, although the Tour gets better marks in some areas - refer to TheGoodRide for specifics.
Probably wouldn't do poorly to go off of looks at this point, they're both good boards. I am 5'10, 165lbs, and I picked a 156cm regular size board. Works great.