the kung fujas is sick, i skiied them and they are light for k2's and that size of ski, probably around what a 178 anthem would weigh. as for flex, id say medium, not soft not stiff, which makes them perfect all around. you can butter pretty easy, but have a shit ton of stability for landings. on rails, you could get pretty technical, it takes a little more effort to get them around for 270's on, but anyone who can 270 well could do it easliy. basically just a great all around park ski, definatly a more jump oriented ski than rails, and a smooth flowy ski compared to a technical super light ski. but its also awesome being able to go rip the backcountry really well when your not feeling the park, i barely skiied anything "backcountry at all, but skiing through crud and trees and some powder i can tell they are damn good.
compared to last years seth, its a hard choice, the seth is what 98 in the waist? so very similar width, the fujas will be a little lighter, but i could see the mini rocker being awesome, i looked at it in a shop, by pressing the ski down on a wood floor, and the tips and tails lift off the ground like 1cm, you actually have to look hard to even notice it, so i could see it being a sweet park ski, the little bit of rocker would help for butters, and keep you from catching tips. and obviously its gonna be a great bc ski too.
so ill put it this way, the kung fujas is definatly the park ski out of the two. if you like the whole rockered park skiing, nimbus crew style, both fit it, but the seth fits it more. the kung fujas is the seth designed for park, the seth is the kung fujas designed more for pow. neither is "better" for park, it just depends on your style.
if k2 made the kung fujas next year with a slightly softer flex, and a tiny bit of rocker, like a little more than the last year seth, that would be the best ski ever.