Picked up a demo and scratch and dent set of boards from Triple X. Since it is a little tough to demo these things, I've bought quite a few and surfed them and in theory will sell them...
I was intrigued by the flat/fast looking Slasher board that has 3 fin setup, and is thick. While emailing with them it came to light they had a demo fish which I like for use on a big boat. So I picked them up - they both are great.
The Slasher is very fast, has the right combination of bite on a turn and slide up on the wave. Not sure how spinning would work on it, but it holds the wave well, catches up from deep on the wave, rips turns, and feels super-light under foot.
The only thing I think it could use is some more nose rocker, but that could be just getting used to it. It wants to take a dive, but weighting it quickly in the turn helps.
I surfed the Fish both 2 and 4 fin config. Very fast board - incredible how much of the wake can be comfortably used. The 4 fin felt like swinging a bat with a donut on it - heavy, drag, but carved well. The two fin (2 large) worked much better - faster across the wave, quicker to turn, a little slide. Super-fun board and can't wait to try it on the 36' boat we use.
I'm jonesing to get a Walker Project (haven't decided which one), and the Inland Surfer Sweet Spot next. Currently have an Oogle, Hyperlite Custom 4'10, and have ridden just about everything BUT the Walker and SS, both which I hear are great, but both were sold out when I needed a new board!!! Next summer!
For the price though, love the Triple X Slasher so far.