Jeff Dacey wrote a review of K2 Snowboards Panoramic Splitboard on September 19, 2013
I've been riding this board for work for the last two years as a winter wildlife research technician, so it's gotten at least 200 days of between winters in Colorado and spring riding in the Alaska Range. I have to say, it rides like a dream. I had a Voile before and this is a world above it in terms of how it rides. Flat/reverse camber is kind of miserable when you are touring a lot, but it's a light board and it charges in the pow and can also handle the groomers at the resort too. The only time it sucks is on icy hardpack and it has the tendency to skip when putting in a hard turn and chatter at really high speeds. After two years and a dozen or more core shots, it's thrashed, kind of floppy and the base looks like I should have bought stock in a p-tex company. I destroy stuff splitboarding for work and I never expect anything to last more than two seasons, so this board owes me nothing.
I'm 5"10", 185 and bought a 162, which is the perfect size. No need to buy a massive splitboard, better to buy something slightly longer than your resort board, especially if riding a board that boasts that it feels like a resort board. If you are going out only on weekends, or are just getting into splitboarding buy it. It's decent for not a lot of money. And get Spark bindings.
My only real gripe is that I've had delaminating issues from the first month of use onward. My co-worker has an identical board and has no such issues. I also feel weird riding a snowboard made in China. Just seems wrong. I'll probably buy a Venture this year as a replacement.