I've only ridden the bandwagon at the park. It had medium speed, an interesting flex pattern and it ollied extremely well.
I didn't really know what to expect out of the camber, but it really didn't ride weird for me. I have a neutral stance to begin with. It is a snaky board in that it kinda surfs edge to edge a lot like the One board. I didn't find it particularly fast or slow. On rails it was a lot of fun. It feels very sturdy between the feet, but once you get your weight passed your feet it really bends (a lot more than the schnook). If anything surprised me it was the ollie. There is something in the nature of the camber that really lets you snap the tail. I was making ollies that are normally a little work with no problem. The only think that I found to be a little weird was that this board is HUGE. I rode the standard and it was so big that it looked strange under my feet due to the kick nose and tail. If I have a chance to ride one again, I would like to try the small.
I enjoyed the ride and would love to take it for another spin off the wake, but another expert level rider took a couple of laps on it and bought it the next day. There is definitely a rider that this board works extremely well for. If you get a chance to ride one, jump on the bandwagon for sure.
I typically ride a William 140 off the wake and either a Bill 140 or Shcnook 136 in the park (depending on my mood).