I'm in the same boat, think I'm gonna pull the trigger. Want something fat that can still keep an edge in the crud. I've seen a few reviews that sound pretty good, and a friend at the company said they are rock solid.
They're pressed in China, so I would be cautious on them as far as durability goes. The skis seem fairly generic to me, nothing real special about them just rockered powder boards. But who knows, maybe they ride real sick, no one knows much about them yet.
i dont know about you but my bluehouse skis are kicking ass right now and i love them. there are some tweeks to be make here and there, but that is easily fixable for next season. Just because they are pressed in china doesnt mean shit unless you think that skis are like 50 cent plastic toys. JUst saying that they got an editors pick in freeskier mag so i would hit that deal up. who cares wehre they are made as long as its quality (which im guessing it probably is or else Klint wouldnt be growing as a company).