I've owned and ridden a WWW for the past two seasons. With that being said I own a 13/14 so I'm not sure how much the tech has changed but I'm sure the internet has that answer for you though. Now obviously the things a little jib noodle and that's what it was designed for super playful, super forgiving, uber soft board. You didn't really explain what you want to use it for you so it makes it really tough to tell you if it'd be good for you. In my experience though: Buttering and jibs: Extremely playful and buttery, decent pop only real downside is the board is almost too soft at times, can be easy to go over the end but extremely forgiving and playful. Rails and features are amazing the thing is light, small, and easy to manipulate. It's alright on small jumps but it's just so soft and the pop is only so/so off poorly made jumps. I really don't take it off any big jumps or anything really big because it's just not stiff enough nor was it really made for that regardless of what anyone tells you. Although it wasn't really made for powder I still find it to be a really enjoyable board in the powder but its really going to make you work for it. I'm talking feeling that back leg burn 110%. I've hiked and snowmobiled in the Utah backcountry with it though probably 20 days last season (mostly had a bigger board along too for anything big). But on a nice mellow backcountry run one of the most fun boards I've ridden in powder. Great for the "resort backcountry" enthusiasts because that essentially means this board will be fun throughout the mountain. If you in the park its excels off small features, all-mountain this board is extremely playful and seeks & destroys side hits, finally in any powder if you're willing to work for it the board if pretty fun. I own a Burton Custom V Rocker 159, Burton Juice Wagon 161, K2 WWW 155W, Lib Tech Skate Banana 153W, and an Amplid Pillow Talk 156. The K2 is somehow my go to out of all those, just a super fun board for whatever you get into. Just realize it's a super soft, buttery board which makes it a little sketchy when things get big. Hope this kinda helps?..