^ Defever - you can actually get stand-up versions of this board - Kirk3 or Seasofcheese can fill you in
I'd be VERY interested in hearing how this goes Kirk3 - Greenough was lightyears ahead of his time - no doubt - (Great segment in Fantastic Plastic Machine on him at the end) - but one thing has always slightly bothered me about the flex-spoon design of his - on the drop,or speed trimming across a wave theres a lot of 'bounce' from natural chop on the water and the spoon is obviously maxing out - however, once the thing is rolled onto it's rail it becomes a different animal - perfectly smooth and true lines through the turn, carrying speed and power where other boards lose it. -Amazing. There's an 'itch' that has to be scratched tho - and that is how to make it trim and gain speed as smoothly as those turns. The 'itch' is no doubt my own ignorance when it comes to hydrodynamics. Just wondering if the foil / fin placement of this quad addresses that issue?
To be an all-round surfer I kind of think we all need one of these in the quiver - seasofcheese, we may need to talk