S2S doesn't mean usable as is - be advised
Beautiful wood (hence 2*, not 1*), but I found the S2S claim to be very misleading. The two largest boards in my order have significant cupping - I'd say ~10"x 8" ovals, maybe 1/8" deep. So those will have to be planed much further (and given my project that'll then have to be done to every board whether it needs it or not).
When I called to ask whether further planing would be needed I was advised that S2S boards that WWS stocks only need finish sanding. I guess I was told wrong. I went with WWS specifically because I don't own a surface planer, and will need to figure out a workaround now.
Also, and less significant, a fair number of dents and chips on the finished edges (appears to be shipping damage), so further jointing needed too. Another piece of equipment I don't own.
Familiarity: I've used it in several projects