Get a highend c2btx type and be done. Get a board that is going to be fun and have the capacity for you to develop. I demo'd a c2btx a couple weeks ago and its a very fun and pretty much a do all ride...don't sell your self short...you have been around long enough and committed so step up. I find that boots are the most important, then the board and lastly bindings...just some good sturdy stiff ones with good ratchets. Btw, I ride cambered and had a banana but got rid of it cause of its dead/no pop feeling and folds up. My next board will be a c2btx type or if I could find a twin cambered, softer flex with mag...which I had but snapped the tail the first day last year...it was a very fun board and wished gnu still made them and I would buy that instead of a c2btx
Last edited by wrathfuldeity; 02-26-2012 at 07:14 PM.