For Indo, Hawaii, or anywhere 4'-8' waves are pumping, the Pocket Rocket would be the main battle board in your quiver.
The Pocket Rocket delivers extra speed, maneuverability, and control to make riding the edge a whole lot of fun and not as white-knuckled, barely hanging in there exercise.
In general, the Pocket Rocket would be anywhere in length from 6'-4" to 8'-0" depending on the rider and where they surf.
"Learning how to ride inside the tube at places like the Pipeline, the Ala Moana Bowl and later on at Uluwatu and G-Land taught me the importance of a good hard edge. Rails with no edges don't hold in very well in a steep wall and especially in the tube. A good edge is also key to acceleration and generating speed whether a wave is hollow or mushy. Obviously a soft edge is more forgiving but I've always felt going fast was a better friend than hoping to save a bobbled turn. Not everyone thinks like me and if my rails have too much edge than you're used to... there is always sandpaper. A block and some 400 wet or dry sandpaper can knock down that edge. My recommendation is to give those hard edges a good chance before you resort to sanding them and you might make a new friend... SPEED. Going fast is way better than going slow.