The Spectrum AM1 fins from Shapers are hard to beat as an all around thruster setup. It's a super balanced template that will work very well in any and all conditions. They're drivey, maneuverable, practically drag free, and made out of a sick material that flexes and bends exactly the way you want it to.
The Fartknocker from Stewart Surfboards packs a lot of volume, but it's on the thinner side for a board with so much float- which makes it not only a great groveler, but also a viable aerial board option.
The DWART from Rusty is one of the many high volume, "fish meets standard shortboard", hybrid shapes out there- billing itself as a 'one board quiver'. Usually these types of surfboards all feel pretty similar... Not the case with the DWART.