RE: What happened to the Diva's?
I'm with you. I'm not petite but know quite a few women who are and who had a problem with boards built for big guys. I do own a Diva Carve 90 and love it, and sail it proudly when the conditions are right.
Many women seem to end up sailing a smaller man's board, usually handed along by a male acquaintance. I don't know if the women are put off from buying their own boards due to the techno-speak so often encountered in sailing groups, or if there were just too few Divas available for women to try to see if they really might like them. I guess we'll never really know.
thanks for your input,