Ok, I assume you know what you are talking about and that you are the guy that sent Rex an email about how bad the ski sucks right?
anyway, I skied the ski in different sizes 175-and 184 and seriously, I didnt have any trouble setting my edges and or making turns with them, I skid both CO powder and QC ice with my triplets and they hold up real fine on both snow condition.
I've been skiing since i've statrted walking so i do know how to make my skis turn so please dont concider me as a park rat that dosnt know how to carve.
The first time I skied the UT's they felt kinda weird cause it's a real twintip with a 27 or 24 meter sidecut wich is kinda big for a park skis but ok when you get use to it. On my first day on them, I didnt want to jump since i had both my shins bruised froom a rail accident so i just made crazy long carves maching down the parks and run in vail and they definatly felt like a good ski once i found my balance. So the ski is surely not the worst twein tip ever made .
As far as you saying the ski sucks and that (if you are the guy i think you are) it's way to soft, then you prolly didnt ski the ski i skied this year cause if you try flexing the ski like it would flex when you ski, then you can clearly see that it''s real stiff underfoot, the flinge point may make the ski look really soft at first but they are only softer on the zone where you do butters and stuffs like that. So yea if your not used to ski a real twin tip with the same flex pattern and sidecut on both end of the skis, it might feels wierd at first but saying the ski is the worst ski ever and that the flex is too soft (especially when all teh team riders said it was too stiff at first and asked the m to be softenened up for the next batch) sounds a bit too much to me.
By the way I enjoyed riding my UT's this year and never broke an edge in the whole season, wich is a first for me.