Heres a review i posted in another thread-
I have ridden the revivals for about 15 days, and they are pretty fun. If you are looking for a light, low swingweight ski, then this is not it. However, if you are a strong skier then you should be fine in the park. The ski is fairly heavy (i like heavyish park skis because i can feel where my skis are in the air), and is really damp. It is not very poppy. The skis are super stable and have a pretty stiff flex right under fooot and it gets softer the closer you get to the tips and tails. At first the ski is fairly stiff, but then it breaks in and gets medium soft in the tips and tails. Its a fairly fun ski. As for durability, they are a k2 which are usually bombproof. Mine have two edge cracks and the base and edge are delamming in the tail. I ski really hard though, and went through a phase where i disastered every rail, so take the durability part with a grain of salt. The rocker is very minor and i really only notice it in pow (the revivals are suprisingly fun in crud and pow) and on butters, these butter like a champ for a solid ski. The ski is mega stable on landings and feels like a heli pad when you land. Hope this helps out with your decision!
And Usain Bolt is running down the side of the field, he's got the ball, he's still running, WHERE THE F**K IS HE GOING?!?! USAIN BOLT HAS LEFT THE BUILDING...WITH THE BALL.-BIG-DUMP