Well I only took a couple of runs in mixed/crappy conditions.
They are fairly stiff, stiffer than JJs in the tip, possibly about the same underfoot, maybe a tad stiffer. They carved far better than any rocker ski I've skied, did pretty well in the cruddy snow we had. They busted through the death chunks and didn't get too flappy when I pushed them hard on the groomed. In the few (very) little pockets of pow I could find they floated well. I'm used to Bent Chetlers as a daily ski so they were different from that. The tail sinks nicely but the tip stays up and floats.
They are very light and the mounting point is a good way back, which was weird for me since I'm used to centre --> -2cm. I think they'd be a great daily ski for someone who spends almost all their time going forwards and they be a great touring setup too. Definitely one of the best 1 ski quivers out there if you're not a jibby kind of guy.
there's a certain point where it neither looks good nor functions properly...that's when you know you look steezy - no_steeze
R.I.P Shane, CR & Arne