If you're trying to up your aerial game game the Rotor will get you there. I couldn't land strapless spins until I tried this design.
The short outline decreases rotational inertia so that its easier to initiate spins and the chopped nose improves control while you're in the air. The rails are relatively soft so that you won't catch an edge as you complete tricks allowing for easy slides out of reverse landings etc. To give the board pop and keep the nose from digging in its got an accelerated rocker towards the tips. Bottom contour is a shallow single to double with some V out the tail to keep it loose but predictable. I'd recommend getting this board with an M foam core or a Rabbit Feather deck.
-Compact outline makes it easy to throw rotational tricks
-Soft rails help you make it out of sketchy landings and maintain control
-Rocker has accelerated flip out the tail for lofty ollies
-Loose but predictable feeling bottom contours
-I suggest a swallow tail for smaller waves or as a rounded pin for bigger stuff
-Since this board is gonna take a lot of hits I'd suggest ordering it with an M foam core or Rabbit Feather Deck