Amazing daily driver. I've owned this board for about 2 years, and for most of that, has been my faithful go to.
I've ridden this board in pretty much anything, sloppy 2-3ft surf, tiny 1 ft surf, clean 5-6ft surf... With the quad set up, a wide range of fins will suit different conditions, and this board can handle the bigger stuff comfortably. I've much enjoyed drawn out turns with all the speed this board has to offer, it has good rail to rail surfing and hold with the help of the belly channels (fainter than the one on the Rasta Torus Twin model).
In bigger stuff, the Rasta quad fins set makes this board lightning fast, with great hold, maybe at the expense of quick pivoting off the back, but this board is about speed and setting a rail in my opinion. In smaller stuff, my go too has been the Machado Seaside quads/Split-keels, which gives it a bit more pivot and snappy nature, but great speed from wider base front fins with a bit extra hold from smaller trailers. In tiny surf, I've enjoyed the Chris Christenson Keel fins for lightning fast speed and good, fun release.
I got this board with the SPC Construction with a deck inlay/art. The stringless epoxy with carbon rails, along with the deck art adding a bit of strength is very solid. I must have surfed this board hundreds of times, and the dings are minimal and the deck feel very fresh. Deck compressions barely make it look a few months old. A solid elbow drop to the nose is barely noticeable as I hit mostly carbon fibre, I've done worse damage on regular PU boards sliding them into a board bag...
Overall this board has been a dream, it feels unbreakable and is a trusted stead in a variety of conditions. It has been a roadtrip and travel staple with its immense versatility and solid construction.