I was lucky enough to try some of this new 2016 gear a few months ago.
The 14' x 28" Allstar Ocean is a nice board. Very stable and still light; same if not a bit lighter than my 2015 14 x 25" Ace. (I only did some in's n' outs in windy lumpy conditions in Sydney's Northern beaches)
All the action taking place on the bottom is very interesting indeed and I'll be very keen to get it out in a good DW run to see how it goes with that big concave.
The nose is more refined than the coastie and has a nice amount of volume and rocker so big improvement for DW performance.
I also tried some of the Hypernuts, 7'2" x 28", 7'4" x 30" & 8'6" x 31.5".
My regular surf sup is an 8.0 x 29" pro so I tried to compare to that.
The 7'2" x 28 felt a little less stable than my 8.0 x 29" and the 7'4" x 30" a little bit more so. The 8'6" is massively stable for big guys.
It was a bit un nerving dropping in with such a snub nose and it took a bit to figure out where to position myself.
Once on a wave these things fly!! So fast down the line.
I'm far from a good surfer so I can't tell you how it really performs in the high performance sense; just how if it's easy for a beginner to intermediate to get up and going on it and it felt good.
The conditions on that day were very messy with a stiff offshore wind so I'm really keen to get out again in clean conditions.