JK SUPerCHARGER = Fun board but super heavy which equates to low performance surfing, yet very stable in big water with gnarly eddies. Yea, one at CKS right now for cheap - they could ship it to you - pretty sure, although shipping would be around $150...
Glide = Traditional plan shapes that did not impress me that much. I tried out a few Glides and thought that they were run of the mill. The bedliner is a cool idea (same as sharkskin) but the Badfish has it over them in spades as far as design is concerned.
Badfish MVP 9' Sharkskin - Great downriver board. Super Stable. Bombproof lay up with the plastic on the bottom of it. Surfs really well, and still has that performance board feel. Maybe somewhat slow on flatwater...it's only 9' long and has a lot of rocker on it for surfing and downriver.
Starboard 10' Astro Whopper Deluxe - You said that you do not want an inflatable, but you pretty much described what this board does. It is a killer board downriver because it is 35" at the waist. The new 2014 boards have a shit ton of progressive rocker in the nose so it will rip surfing(even more than it already does), and it is also fun on flatwater because you can throw a long center fin it...They are super stiff because of the density of the material in the drop stitch, and also the 10" wide stringer running down the center of the board. You can inflate up past 20psi if you want to.
I have paddled this board on class III and surfed it on all kinds of waves. My wife loves it on flatwater. The tapered tail is fun to whip around and carve when you surf, yet it is fast enough to take on flat water for a few miles...
Also, Starboard is making that board in a very durable design for 2014 - called the ASAP (As Strong As Possible). It is the same plan shape as the inflatable 10' whopper but a hard board.