Ryan C.wrote a review of Arbor Draft Snowboard on February 21, 2012
This board is good for jibbing, hitting smaller kickers and buttering up the mountain but that's about it. In anything but glass smooth snow, forget it. This thing has no damping which makes it great for jibbing (good feedback, feel under foot) but on anything like chowder, chunder or mashed potatoes it will work your legs something fierce. That makes approaching jumps really awkward and uncomfortable.
Overall, get the Westmark. It's pretty playful too but it can plow through choppy conditions much better so when the park turns to spring corn, you can still send it like you want.