Currently, I have a Limited board, which is okay. I got it about 3 seasons ago as a beginner board, but I'd like to upgrade. I usually just freeride, but who knows--if I get enough guts to take on the jumps, maybe one day.
I've clearly never used it but I have heard from someone that it is a decent board. Rossignol makes nice stuff and it's pretty affordable. I'd say it's probably a middle of the road, maybe a little better, board. Again, though, this isn't from personal experience.
Thanks, Flick! It's good to get some confirmation that it's on ok middle-line board. I'm not in the market for an expensive top-line one, just something that'll be reliable. Did your friend happen to mention anything about how much flex/pop the board has?
Yeah, Rossignol makes pretty good boards and they get even better when you go in to their top end stuff. Since the board you are looking at is an all mountain board, you are going to have a medium flex. To some people, thats just right.. and to others, its too stiff. Just personal preference really.