Burton Board for bad conditions?
Sorry if I'm posting up anything that has been posted before, but I'm new to this forum so please bear with me!
I've lately started snowboarding in Japan but have been going quite often and have improved quite a lot. I've started with a 2012 Burton Custom Flying V, I recognise that this is a less than ideal board for beginners, but I got offered an amazing deal on it from a friend who works in the industry and have found it absolutely brilliant, I've had no issues learning on it whatsoever!
I guess I'm approaching an intermediate(ish) level; can handle all terrain on the park, carve turns, jump a bit etc. but my knowledge on snowboards themselves is slim to non-existent, anyway, as suggested earlier I go riding often, so want to get a second board to use in different situations to my Flying V. Ideally, I want something better suited to less than ideal to bad conditions; ice, moguls and so on. Would I be right in assuming that a stiffer cambered board would be a good idea?
As suggested earlier, I have a friend who can periodically get me amazing deals on Burton products, so amazing in fact that I'm very unlikely to buy anything else...
With that in mind could you advise me on a Burton board good for these conditions? I can afford something reasonably high end, so I thinking a Custom X might be suited?
Would appreciate any advise you might have!