well kristian i agree with you. the post really didnt have to do with switch riding rather but since we are talking about it ill chime in. shaun murray's board is designed to help with the switch riding. im assuming this is the board he rides. my guess is he rides switch better than most of the folks on this board and he still has no problem admitting "everyone needs a little help riding switch".
back to my original post. i dont boot my toeside tricks out into the flats and my toeside is the weaker of my two edges. i guess i idiotically assumed the toeside edge was most everyones weaker edge. to everyone else that is EQUALLY as strong on their toeside edge then i applaud you for your stong fundamentals. me, i am not to proud to admit my toeside is weaker than the heelside.
i guess i should have formulated a proper philosophical debate. so here goes my attempt
1.Your heelside is stronger than toeside
2.A taller, deeper, longer, fin holds better
3.A better holding fin allows you to lean harder against the rope without fear of slipping out
4.Harder you lean against the rope the more tension created at the top of the wake
5.More line tension at the top of the wake equals greater jumping heights and distances
*If you hold all the premises to be true then adding a larger fin on the toeside edge will allow for greater jumping heights and distances**
What a tool I am for sitting here writing this(no debate needed). !!! haha hope you all have a good season.