It started quite a few months ago. An e-mail with the latest article from Jackson Hogen real skiers on how numbers didn't mean much, a caveat on not to read too much into a single number like turn radius. OK I get that other things matter just as much (like flexibility and camber). There was even a thread or two on the same topic started by Phil.
Now I look at some of the latest reviews, and maybe it's just me, but a lot of them are leaving the rocker/camber profile out of the stats. What's up with that? When rocker was the latest and best thing since sliced bread everybody was bragging about what kind of profile they had. Now it's better you don't know. It suddenly doesn't matter? I remember switching with a fellow patroller, his Rossi Hero ST for my WC SC. I discovered exactly what it was I didn't like about a slight tip rocker. It makes a big difference to me!
Give us all the info you can, damnit!