I'd second this, the Dream Catcher has a tonne of rocker in the tip and tail which makes it very forgiving, but the underfoot camber and magnetraction give it the grip when you need it. My girlfriend has one and loves it, when she first started riding it she kept saying how it was impossible for her to catch an edge on it. Though she is an advanced rider, you CAN catch an edge on anything, but it is very forgiving for the level of performance it has. Definitely something you could ride from beginner to advanced and never be left wanting more.I think one other board to consider is the Jones Dream Catcher. It not only looks good but it's a RCR hybrid. So it's rocker in the contact points and camber in the middle. Makes for a board with a lot of control of camber without the tradition catchyness. It also has raised 3D edges near the contact points to help against catching an edge and to float in powder plus easily initiate turns.
This board should be a great board to learn on and progress all the way to even advanced or beyond. Especially since you're already used to camber I imagine a change to a rocker dominant board would feel washy and unstable.