I got a chance to try some Boone Skis (180 freeride 126/95/106) over the last couple months, so I thought I'd give them a quick review. They were mounted with Marker 12.0 Free (terrible bindings, but not the point)
I skied these at three different locations: Stratton in VT, Vail, CO and Mammoth, CA, so I saw about every condition with them.
Powder: The bamboo makes these skis exceptionally light, so they float really well if you are bombing lines, but try to make a sharp turn in powder and they sink like the Titanic. No rocker is noticeable, so stay out of the trees.
Groomers: Good on groomers, no real comment here they move edge to edge pretty easily.
PP/Ice: This is all I got in VT, and they held up pretty well. They definitely hold and edge and the camber is designed really well. They are also FAST. I didn't expect that from an all mountain ski but these things can fly down the mountain. In smooth ice they don't chatter too much
Crud: I'm still vibrating. These things chatter chatter chatter in the crud at any kind of speed. They don't really slice through it, I would just say avoid the crud at all costs
Park: These things are playful, they have a ton of pop to them and shoot you like a rocket off of jumps. They land/ski switch pretty well despite not being symmetrical.
Overall: My gripe is that they fall apart. I put 15 total days on these skis, and I can't ski them anymore. The edges are peeling off of the base (Photos below) and the topsheets are chipped so that half of the sidewalls are covered in epoxy. They just don't last. If Boone could make a ski with good integrity that rode as well as these do I would probably still buy it, but I want something that is gonna last me more than 20 days on the mountain (which is about 1/4 of a season for me).