do you think it fucks up the rear flex point by moving it farther away, though? I honestly haven't skied these, just PCs and AR6s, and I think those ski by far the best at -2 for anything in park(rails, jumps, pipe, skiing anything switch) but since I haven't skied these, I won't talk a ton about mounting them.
I understand the whole swing weight arguments thought, but I could spin just as good on the same ski mounted -2.5 as I could center, I don't believe that it makes a noticalbe difference even though most of this site believes it does. And on balancing on rails, I weigh 155+lbs, I don't think that a few cm more of ski on one side of a rail is going to throw me off balance at all. Oh and the third argument(that you didn't make so maby you agree with this) is that a ski mounted center rides better switch, but I started skiing switch on 175 GS skis no problem(and they can carve switch). For fun on groomers, I would ski my 188 Coombas switch, which might have been mounted a double digit number of cm behind center. A ski mounted two back isn't going to loose switch performance in my mind anyway. I will say that Armadas mounted center won't fuck up the flex as much as it does on Chronics, though.