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Rome Reverb/Rome Agent Rocker softness/flex butterability

Hello fellow riders! real quick a little about me

Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 150 lbs
Board: 2012 Rome Reverb Rocker 154
Bindings: 2013 Burton Cartels
Boots: 2012 Salomon Dialogue

Just thought I'd toss this question out for anyone who might have some experience with these boards.

I've logged a lot of riding time on the Reverb and totally love it but it's pretty beat up and has softened up a lot compared to when it was new. I've since started to go a little bigger with my riding so I'm looking to upgrade to something with some greater overall stiffness once broken in. Some of my own research led me to the Rome Agent Rocker 153. I'm just curious how much fun people find this board to butter/press and get playful with after breaking it in. I'm sure the Agent will be much stiffer at first but I'm looking for something that will be my everyday riding board for a while.

Any input is appreciated! Thanks!
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A fully broken in Agent will be a little stiffer than a new Reverb.

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Thanks Nivek! That's pretty much what I was hoping to hear.
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