so there are a few reallly important things to consider when buying a rocker/reverse camber board: 1. the amount and type of rocker (k2 has 3 different kinds, banana, burton has a few different kinds) 2. the flex (do you want a stiff or soft rocker?) and 3. shape
I have a Gnu with banana (and magnetraction) that has a moderate flex and is a directional twin....and it is my savior. I went from riding one board for jibbing, one for jumps, and one for powder, to just this one board its amazing.
My suggestions for particular boards to check out would be:
-Gnu Riders Choice BTX - banana and magnetraction. moderate flex. amazing board
-Gnu Park Pickle - banana, mtx, has an asymmetrical sidecut, like the old santa cruz boards (so pretty much you have a deeper heelside sidecut to make initiating and following through with heelside turns that much easier)..
-Capita Horrorscope - "flat-kick technology" is their name for reverse camber. pretty much its similar to banana technology (reverse camber between the feet, flat camber from the inserts to the nose/tail). its a little softer, but still really fun
-Lib Tech TRS or TRice BTX - just a little stiffer option than the other boards, definitely more towards the all mountain side of the spectrum