I first got to try this...
I first got to try this board out at a SUP event at Big Bear Lake. It was a great all around board for many different environments if you're a hobbiest like me. I wanted something easy to transport, highly manueverable and yet still traveled in a straight line. This board fit the bill.
Easy to transport and fairly light weight
Quality craftsmanship for price
Fairly steady for a beginner
Straight rails provide a smooth glide
Multiple layers provide optimum durability
I wish they had better looking graphics on their boards and a wider variety to chose from. I feel like the only board that somewhat caters to a female rider is bright pink with a hibiscus on it. It really could use an updated look and color pallet. The logo reminds me a bit too much of BIC lighters and I'm not a smoker so that I'd change as well. Sorry to be harsh but those are my thoughts.
I use it for exercise and joy riding around the lake. I know a touring board would be better, but it's too big to haul around comfortably. I like that I have to muscle this a little too (for more exercise).