I posted this on another thread a while back, it may be of some use:
You can expect an all-rounder to perform reasonably well in a range of conditions, some better than others and some more biased towards a certain set of conditions.
Some of them could even be described as 'Good'.
A more specialised board like the Xcaliber isn't necessarily a bad board because it's designed to be optimal in certain conditions.
I had one and really enjoyed it.
I have had a number of TT's over recent years. Apart from a desire to change, it was driven by pain in knee from stiffer/harder boards.
I had a Cabrinha Tronic for a while, much easier on the knees and smooth in chop. The board needed to be larger in size and was more power hungry.
I missed the sharpness, unwind and direct feel of my C/F Elite so stuck with that and just kite when conditions aren't too bad for my knee.
The closest I came to one board ticking all my boxes was the Shinn BronQ, probably should have kept it.
Having a shed full of boards and taking the ones you fancy on the day, has got to be the way to go