Mounted for a 29.5 Technica at recommended with Salomon 916 (drilled including the 5th hole [some people leave it out]). Skied one day at Loon on a decent day. Not much ice, mostly groomed packed powder.
They carve very very well for a 115 waisted ski. Much better than my Made'ns that I had last year. Super fun to just cruise around the mountain and very skiable switch. However, they are very soft, so make sure you stay centered. Just goofing off on the tails, I almost looped out on more than one occasion.
Speaking of soft, these were the easiest buttering skis I have ever been on. You can just rock right up on the tips. The extended tip on them is nice to because you wont catch an edge when spining off the tips. However, they are a bit hooky when going straight. I got into a dh tuck at one point and went to bomb it down a blue. Pre-jumped a roller a tad early. Normally not a huge deal, but upon touching the top of the roller, the left ski hooked up and went right across my right. I fell hard and have a sweet bruise on my left calf from where the edge slammed it.
Felt weird off jumps, but im guessing its because the bindigns are so heavy. Landings felt soft, even when I knew the snow was hard. Didnt do any rails on them and probably wont.
A super fun ski on edgable snow, but not something for ice. Could probably mount a little forward of the midsole for more park, but I would keep it where it is for powder.