omg, its the dna discution again... phear for your life...
despite all the oppinion this topic draws, the fact is that DNA boards are considerably lighter, but the biolight are much stronger. I'm reasonably new to wakeboaring, i don't go huge into the air yet or ever hit sliders, so when i got a deal on a dna premier i jumped on it. if you take tricks really big and do hit sliders then biolite is probably a beter bet.
as for your question, there is nothing inherantly wrong with DNA, just understand what you are getting and its limitations. Also, Troy is rite, the pros can get whatever graphics they jolly well feel like stamped on their boards, so you can't really tell there.
if i am wrong in any of this feel free to correct me, i'm just passing on what i've picked up thus far into wakeboarding. peace