This board feels specific to going big and sending fast. Big jumps, steep slopes, bigger rails, handles all these perfectly.
I rode this at killington and I hit every feature they had and went down every slope and the confidence I had with this made it all so much less scary.
No matter how big the jump, if this thing is pointed straight and your feet are below you, you will land and ride away without it buckling or flexing or washing out.
When carving, this thing grabs an edge and locks in, and since it's a twin board you can do that switch too. And it's not so stiff that's it's impossible to flex, I got some pretty decent presses with it, but you do have to work to get them.
It's way overkill for a small resort in my opinion, since the turns you wanna make with this are long and wide, but for a big resort with big features, this will be my go to stick.