Just letting you all know we updated the media page with the photoshoot gallery. It contains a bunch of other images so it's definately worth checking out. http://www.ambitionsnowskates.com/media/2010-photoshoot/Hock
Actually, although the team boards feature HDPE vs UHMW on last year's Revolution, they are still quite a step up. We now use a different grade of material, which we finish up just like snowboards. This gives even better gliding performance and durability. The grooves are also even sharper and deeper, which makes a great difference with control. Another main difference is the shape, which definately pops and flips much better. Surely feels more like a skateboard, and everyone that has tried them as off now were stoked on the difference. The die-cut also pops out so well that it makes you feel like your board is such a step higher. I guess it's mental, but it actually feels like you're riding a legit board. Oh and they are noticably lighter too!
The Revo is an excellent snowskate though, and I don't mean to say you should buy a board if yours is still brand new. Mainly just pointing it out for everyone on here.Trevor and chewychicken
I know I've already adressed your issues by e-mail and personal messages, but I'll still answer your questions publicly for others to see. The concave is very easy to apply, simply peel off the old grip, screw into your board and then add a new layer of foam grip (comes with the kit). But what you have to understand is that we are not just selling optional kits for you to buy and install them yourself. The idea is that we don't recommend using it, and would rather give you a refund for the difference as everyone at Ambition feels the boards are better without it. Our team regroups some of the best snowskaters worldwide, so although you might be skeptical, you should definately take their word in consideration.
Oh and thanks to all for the positive feedback!