Squatty - i'll have to wait till the weekend to get some fin angle shots. If you are really curious, you can check the oak foils blog http://oakfoils.blogspot.com/
, where Wayne posted multiple pictures of the board before and after laminating.
Honkeydonkey - the board rides unrealy. For my size I definitely could have gone smaller to get the true feel of how the board should ride, but I wanted to maintain my wave count and ride it on super small days (as a true longboard alternative). I usually just go with sand finsh on most of my board but after talking it over with Wayne, we both felt the board would look better with gloss coat.
For those of you wondering about the fin set up... it still rides loose like a twin fin, but holds in turns and doesn't wash out.
The crazy thing about the fins is that Wayne simply grabbed a piece of cardboard and started drawing the fins out, gave them at quick once over then said "yeah, that should work" and cut them out to get foiled.
And I forgot the name, it's called "The Cosmic Glyder"