One of the things I wanted to change about the old whip was when you do a really tight top turn in a steep wave the nose had a tendency to bog a little bit and I really wanted to improve that aspect of the performance. So I did quite a few prototypes where I was trying different widths and rockers in the nose and I ended up settling on a slightly narrower nose than last year's whip and more nose scoop and those changes definitely helped in that regard, making the board turn tighter in the steeper part of the wave. Also with the work, we did on the Wam and the change of the rail shape, I incorporated some of the same changes into the whip, the whip has a totally new rail shape if you look at it, it's lower, rounder and less blocky in shape than last year's whip. That has made the board feel even more lively, agile and exciting to ride. Also, the tail shape has changed it no longer has the winger shape in the tail, it has a really wide bump squash kind of similar to the work we did on the Wam. Those two boards were developed in tandem and even though they are designed for different conditions, some of the changes I made on one board translated well to the other. With the Whip, I still think it's a really easy user-friendly board that is really exciting to ride, really agile and playful. It's a board that will work in every condition from small waves to well overhead conditions and freestyle too.