"That whole keel fin design was about angles against the draw up the face. That was what it was all about, OK. And how you could shift pressures and work with those angles and pressures, and how far back you could get to find all that pressure. It was all about speed and trim. To keep the board moving and adjusting to the face, no matter how deep you end up in the barrel. I was trying to learn how to make the board drive through the deepest parts of the barrel. I hardly even did a turn for 18 months. I had a purpose. I was exploring." - Wayne Lynch.