Id rather not, because when I demoed the Kung Fujases the mounting point was very different than what I would have liked to have and I think one binding was more forward than the other. They had Schizos mounted and the rep was really struggling with them.
I can tell you about the Blends though. On hardpack they feel like a rather traditional ski with a long-ish turn radius. This was what I disliked about them the most. I like smaller radii, because the hills I usually ski are rather small so a smaller radius means more turns. That was pretty much the only thing I didn't like. The Blends feel really solid, have a good flex, are great on hardpack (except for my personal preference about the radius) and work well in the park too. I demoed them in spring so there was no soft snow around, but I don't see why they wouldn't be great in soft snow too.
SFBs have a smaller radius and the increased early rise makes them really buttery and playful, which I like. Also I'm a fat ski lover so the 115 mm waist compared to 100 mm on Blends felt better to me.
These are both great skis. Blend is a bit more traditional and maybe a bit more stable too, while the SFB is more playful and more "fun" (at least to me), which is something the Blend lacked.