Pros: slays groomers, crud and pow
Cons: to pretty
This board has a great camber and flex for the free rider who likes to charge in all conditions.
I ride the 161 I am 165 pounds. I prefer boards that are fairly stiff but not so stiff that they are harsh in bumpy conditions. If you want to charge groomers at max speed look at the Arbor A frame.
However in my opinion this board is much more of a swiss army knife. It will handle any condition well.
If you find yourself a little out of positon during a turn the mellower sidecut and cambered profile will not shoot you in the wood's like a lot of todays trendy rocker boards that tend to turn for you.
Intermediates and advanced riders who spend 90% of there time free riding at moderate to higher speeds
will love the light,stable and predictable nature of this board.