The MasterCraft X30's wake epitomizes the consistent, rampy, learning-conducive end of the spectrum. When I tested it, I was surprised by just how easy this wake was to edge through. It wasn't too round at the peak, either, which can be a pitfall of a rampy wake, depriving it of any kick at the top. The pop was consistent, easy to control and very easy to learn on. The transition was firm enough to boost out into the flats without being bogged down, and long enough to land wake to wake for a soft landing - ideal for the intermediate rider.