So I finally had a chance to ride the Wigglestick for a couple days and it's definitely a fun board.
The BS Tech is awesome when going from edge to edge. I actually had two of my buddies ask about the board because they noticed how smooth the quick turns looked. The board had a really floaty feel, which is what I was after. I come from riding a 159 NS premier so I was a bit worried about the high speed stability, but the wigglestick handled it all with no problems. Flat basing feels ridiculous on this board...almost like you're on rails.
I thought it would be a bit lighter and flexier than it really is. The 154 Wigglestick and 159 NS Premier weigh almost exactly the same. It's definitely towards the stiffer side of the scale. The only park oriented board I have to compare it to is the NS Evo and I would say the Wigglestick is significantly stiffer than the Evo. Omatic claims the board is rocker, but if so it is the most mild rocker I've ever seen. My board appears to be completely flat and I can still feel the contact points at the tip and tail. Not a bad thing, but I think the board would be way more fun if it was truly rocker. I will also admit the board takes a couple runs to get used to. Initiating turns is super easy, but as the turn begins you can feel that you're on the bowed base and not the edge yet. Feels kinda sketchy at first, but you quickly get used to it and can rail turns.
While it appears the board has more cons than pros, I don't think this is the case. Most of the cons aren't problems, just things to be aware of before buying this board. I've put 5 days on the board and it's a blast to ride...really fun.
Gnarly...let me know if you're board is tip-to-tail rocker. I'm curious because mine seems as flat as flat can be.