A quiver is a blessing and a curse. Having the right board out on the right day is fantastic fun. Having the wrong board out for the conditions is kinda poopy.
So obviously if you have a choice you have a bit more chance of having that ridiculously awesome day when everything fits right.
But heres the curse: Unless you live near the mountain or are happy sticking all your decks in your car just in case, chances are youre going to cock it up. Either the weather reports didnt materialise, or the conditions on your specific mountain kinda suck, or you just find that after 8 hours driving youd rather just be on your crusing deck than your bomber.
So after a few screw ups what you end up doing is pulling out your main go to deck 90% of the time, and rarely bringing out your powder deck or your jib deck just because you want to kinda enjoy it. And you pretty much will anyway.
I often wish my slasher was a 158. The 164 is epic fun when it drops, but its way too big when i just want to muck around. And theres the rub. The reason i bought it, is precisely the reason i never seem to bring it out. I just cant guarantee the conditions are going to be that awesome on that specific mountain by the time i get there after deciding the night before to pack it and go. Its a kinda farce. So unless you have easy access to all your rides at the mountain so you can switch out pretty quick, id say quivers are often more of a headache than they are worth.
I didnt even mention the niggling feeling you get no matter what deck youre on and no matter how awesome it is, that maybe itd be better on one of your other rides (extreme powder outliers excepted). If you have just the one deck, you just rip and enjoy yourself.
I like it, its absurd.