The top end ones are truly amazing -Thunder, Goliath, Black Rose, Spicy and Baggy, to name a few.
Freestyle skis depend on what you're planning to really get in to. Kamasutra is more stiff with huge pop and bigger waist while the Joystick and Sista are a bit softer. Gladiator if you're going big mountain freestyle/ski.
Great carver for this year, Yaka, has received some sweet reviews from a variety of ski tests.
They make really sick skis on the whole. I would say they take a slightly different approach to freeskiing thats different to a lot of what other brands are doing.
Gladiators: similar in size/shape to big troubles, but with a slightly meatier feel
Goliath: Think rossi b104 squad but more user friendly: big, straight, stiff, not for the faint of heart!
Baggy: Really fun bc freestyling ski that works well out of the pow too- only 180 length though :(
Thunder: unlikely to be very popular with ns users. more of a tgr everyday charger. sick, but not really a twin: great one ski quiver if you don't ski park...
haven't skied any of the park models, but i hear good things. basically they make a more aggressive style of ski than most, and their philosophy is "we don't make skis for beginners or intermediates"
try em out if you can, you might like em...