Whats going on everyone? I am looking to get some help from you guys picking out my first board. I have been surfing my cousin's old 7'2'' NSP Funboard for a few weeks. I am able to catch waves here and there, however I feel like it has a hard time floating me. I have to be really far back to keep the nose up to the point that I can't put my toes on the board to pop up. It is more like jumping off of my knees. I am a beginner and not a small guy. I am 6'00'' tall and weigh 220 lbs with a muscular build. When I browse the volume calculators on sites like Rusty, Firewire, etc. it says that my board volume should be anywhere from 54L to 63L. The current NSP board has 46L of volume. We surf in southern NJ. I was thinking about buying something like a 7'8'' WRV Funboard which has 54.5 L of volume. Is this something I should consider or maybe a different board? Or should I try to master the NSP board and get a big guy short board down the road? Will the extra 8L of volume actually make a difference? Thanks in advance for the input!