There's a lot of ways to approach a wave and the manner in which one attacks the canvas is definitely influenced by the type and size of wave at hand. What's your typical style? Shotting barrells, busting airs, max turns and carves, biggest drops, longest possible ride, cruising and NRing, etc. What do you aim to do on most waves you paddle into? Add any pertinent deets about your intended riding habits that you see fit to share. Me? I'm at the point where I'm looking to get max speed then get one or two hacks off the top as hard as I can with max rotation. Not so much longer rides, more for powerful ones. Not in anything hollow often enough to have got billeted more than a few times. I'm sure I'd chase shacks more if they were available. There's so much I've yet to gain competency in for maneuvers so it gets me pumped to think what's ahead. Only now at the point where I'm even making decisions during a ride itself and responding much to what I see. Looking forward to all that's ahead for progression and skills I'm not even close to reaching yet. Kind of fun to be on the greener side in that sense. Let's hear from everyone, especially the more experienced and guys in all different places for what they aim to do on their next wave.