Yes, on wakeboarding, have been wakeboarding since... when did the skurfer launch come out? I have lost some interest because of size limitations because I'm fat. Just like I don't climb like a 145#er on a bike, a 225# wakeboarder isn't going to be able to pull speedballs... barely a hoochie glide or tantrum... I pull rolls behind an Air nautique or X-star... but I won't ever set the world on fire, the sky is not the limit, it seems. Have the 1200 lb lounge seat and the skylon, but still prefer 3-50 gallon barrels full of water, or two full of water, and one full of beer and ice. Wakeboarding is still my favorite, mostly because you can do it any time. Slalom is a revisited addiction, as is barefooting. We barefoot only when it's too rough to slalom though.
As for the ski... thanks for the suggestions! I decided on the O'Brien Mapple 6/AM, too much ski for me, yes, but I can always improve, right???
I am always looking for people with whom to ski... if any of you would like to meet up for some footin', wakeboarding, or even mountain biking, I always enjoy meeting people with like hobbies!