Brad Bleak wrote a review of Badfish MCIT Inflatable Stand-Up Paddleboard on August 7, 2013
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've used previous inflatables (mostly from Boardworks) & I love their ease in storing (at home & in car), along with accessibility to lakes 1 - 4 miles from the road and/or trailhead.
The multi-chamber design is noticably better (i.e. feels more like a hard board) & sturdier than previous inflatables.
Plus the nose design & even the backpack are definite upgrades (much easier to load & unload & they even included protective pads for the built in fins as they do get bent while wrapped up on previous boards...but not now, positive evolution in action!