One vote for the moneyshot. It is a board that is soft to ride, but still has a lot of control and pop. A board that feels that soft, would normally not be as good for control IMO, but there is something that works with the channels I suppose. Footstraps on the board is also killer.
Not strictly a 2012 board but it's still current so the Hadlow freestyle board has to be given a mention - a lot of freestyle boards can be pretty hard to get the most of in chop but this just eats it up. Unless you're blessed with perfect butter-flat conditions all the time it's worth a look.
Also will back up the Moneyshot's credentials. Had a demo on one today and it's definitely got plenty of control and pop as Tautologies said but the most impressive thing was the landings - unbelievably smoooooooooth!