Here is the camber profile. He said he had to take 3 pictures and splice them together to get a full picture, you can see a little overlap on the door from where he tried to merge the pictures. These are the two year old models so they have less rocker on them than the newer models of blends.
And yeah, I really don't know my ass from a hole in the ground about responsiveness and such at this point, I can't really have expectations. The consensus seems to be from everywhere I've read that these are fun skis. I don't really know what suits me or not at this point but I'm going to go for it and learn as I go. Worse comes to worst I can offload these next year if they don't suit me and get at least some of the price back since they are in good shape, but I'd hate to pass up a good deal on the setup if I might end up really liking them.
Good point about not a lot of pow days around here too, but if you know when and where to go you can find some stashes periodically, not a ton of vert around, but it dumps lake effect near Cleveland where I am actually from. But as long as the ski is fun I'm okay with it, and I might find myself out west or up in VT over breaks next season so it wouldn't kill me to have a ski that is capable all over the mountain.