Since I didn't get any feedbak I am creating my own review. Let me start by saying first, the peeps at Jobe are great, super nice, easy to talk to, knowlegable and the store is full of really nice stuff for all types of water sports, not just wakeboarding. Second, I am an intermedite rider at best, I'm not quite up to big transfers or super hard nose presses but I love the sport and want to progress.
I got to try the board out at OWC last night for an hour with my nephew so we stuck to the beginner/intermediate cable. It is completely flat with a sharp rail all the way down the board so when you lean on it it starts to take off immediately. This is nice cuz you can take a long mellow edge or a late sharp edge into an obstacle and still build predictable speed but you can burry it if your form is bad. It has 4 long short bolt on fins which I left in but probably could have done with out at the cable. The base slides nice and is very predictable. Because of the flat bottom it lands with a little less forward momentum than I'm used to from my Witness but this is to be expected from a cable board and I found it to be an easy adjustement. On the rail, I've never ridden better and I think it's becuase of the complete package of base material, quite bottom shape and flex. Like I said earlier, I am not advanced so I wasn't really pressing anything out but I was able to ride the complete rail on just the end of the board because it felt like my minor body adjustements weren't so dramatically transfered through the board to the rail, rather the board flex adjusted and the end stayed steady and quite where it was in contact with the rail. I definately felt the flex even though from an outside observer it probably wasn't obvious.
Overall I really like the Jobe Guerrilla, it made me more confident and my ride more fun. This weekend I'm going to give it a go behind the boat and then head back to the cable to try some more stuff and see how it feels. I'll let you know how that turns out.
Keep an eye out, the guys and gals at Jobe told me big things are in store for Surf Expo.