On the board, I found the wake lived up to MasterCraft’s promise of three separate “zones,” with the first 5 feet ideal for those learning to ride, the next 5 feet featuring a more defined lip and push, and the final 5 feet offering the most vertical lip and steepest face to drop in and accelerate. I quickly found the sweet spot in the wake’s Zone 2 pocket, and I used the steeper Zone 3 to accelerate. As the captain, controlling the wake-producing hardware is accomplished with intuitive swipes across the touch screen. Wake possibilities include shorter, steeper wakes for those on smaller, skim-style boards and longer and shallower wakes for those wanting a more traditional, surf-style ride. I was also able to easily dial things in for wakeboarding, building steep wakes with plenty of pop for those who like lots of upward boost, or wide, gentler wakes for those who like to push their jumps into the flats.