Quick question: Where did you mount your Jmos?
If you don't believe this I can tell you first hand that they have STACKS of last years BG's that they didn't feel were high enough quality to put out the door. They could have done like some other companies and blew them out in a blem sale. But they clearly didn't want an inferior product with their name on it out on the slopes.
On a personal note. I stopped by the shop this spring intent on buying some Wren's. The only ones they had were a pair that had only just slightly been ground to far on the edge at the tail end of the ski. So minor that I hardly could tell even when it was pointed out to me by Scott. They wouldn't sell me them because they weren't perfect. THAT is how a company should be run. I totally respect that, and will be a customer as long as I ski.
If you want a quality boutique ski then you have to deal with the very minor issues of not getting them until they are done. ON3P is growing, but they are doing it in a sensible manner.
ever since i saw the hard work the guys did last year and the amount of customer service given, i have no choice but to buy a pair of on3ps as my next skis.
just on their customer service ALONE...not even taking into account the quality of their product(which from what i hear is higher then average), they should still be high on the list of skizzles.