I found the dumont to be pretty capable outside of the park. It is pretty soft, so you can't just trust it to blast through variable/cruddy stuff. It is definitely a ski that takes skill in line selection and technique to ski off-piste. With that in mind, it's a very nimble ski and holds a pretty good edge. If you are skiing more all mountain, maybe bump the mount point back a cm or two, as Salomon recommended mount points are always more catered towards park skiing.