Really no such thing as a good compression molded surfboard. There are decent skims that are comp molded, but they are heavy and lifeless compared to higher quality boards like a P5.
There are a lot of surf style boards that may look like a comp molded board, but these are typical hand-shaped/finished board with opaque paint. The opaque or sometimes 'epoxy paint' finish basically hides are the poor construction underneath.
There are some good boards, with good shapes, and made well that utilize wood/bamboo and carbon fiber/other synthetic fibers that hold up better. The wakeboard brands have a few notable models, also Inland, and Chaos/Shred Stixx.
Check out the Bamboo Series Carbon Sixer
All standard racks will crush rails to a greater or lesser extent, unless fully wrapped in a noodle. Nevertheless, there are always pressure points.
Corson's racks a nice. Good function and aesthetics. But if you are in a hot climate, by all means keep the board covered in a bag or sock.