Corporations control the world.
Well, I haven't skied the pow ski, but the Pure and the other park ski is rock-solid. Super poppy ski, quick swing weight, and light.
As for the whole, "corperations are bad for skiing" arguement, i'd say it has some merit; it all comes down to HOW the corperation manifests itself in the ski industry. Klint has by no means gone out and signed comp skiers that are consistantly in the limelight; they went out and got film stars who are respected for their skills, not necessarily their position within the industry.
I see Klint being the hardgoods version of Under Armour. Remember when they entered the game? everyone hated on the idea of that, but they built a team of talented skiers, organized their mtn division offices around industry veterans as opposed to jocks from baltimore. Dash Longe was one of the first skiers on UA - one of the least jockish skiers out there.
With Ben Grunow and George Couperwaite (who i might add signed Tanner Hall to rossi when he was 13) running the show, Klint will be successful as a company, garnering the respect of Newschoolers and older industry folks.
Last time i checked, there is nothing wrong with being successful. Klint seems like a genuine venture into quality ski production by an already successful individual.
oh, and i don't have any connection to Klint. I know the guys involved through my time at stowe. I even "ride" for another company.