The Pipsqueak has quite a bit of single concave underneath, given the fact that there’s not much rocker. Usually if there’s a lot of concave, it’s because the board has a lot of rocker.
So with minimal rocker and lots of single concave, you get a board with lots of grip and drive. That helps you do really critical turns.
The step-rail, wing in the tail, and channels on the bottom of the tail, all allow you really slide the tail around easily.
The Pipsqueak will work really well in mushy 3 foot waves, allowing you to bring shortboard style ripping to small gutless waves.