i've got a pair of 188s centermounted w/ FKS 14s and skied on them six or eight times now. my plan is to use them for east coast pow and spring slushy park. they're pretty stiff, so they'll kick you around if you're not paying attention in bumps and varied terrain. however, if you stay centered, they rip pretty much everything. my edges are a little duller now, but they can still absolutely lay out carves (as long as you're not on straight ice), despite them being about twice as rockered in the tip as i thought they'd be. finally got to ski them in 6/8 inches of chopped up pow at sugarloaf yesterday and they were a lot of fun...the tip rocker really shines in those conditions. as for park, they're not quite as easy to throw around on rails as my volkl walls are, but i haven't not been able to do any tricks with them. great on big jumps. once we have soft, slushy park conditions in the spring, i can't think of a better ski for cutting through rutted landings and such. they should be a lot of fun then. check out my profile for a shot of some urban with them.
I took out a pair yesterday. They were 182s mounted 3 cm back from center. There was a fair amount of new snow, but it was pretty chopped up when I skied them. They cut through the snow like a knife through butter. They seem to float better than my Sir Francis Bacons, I was impressed considering they are only 101 underfoot. They can also lay out some mean carves. I'll be picking a pair up as soon as possible, they are an awesome do everything ski.
well moments are generally pretty damn light so they're probably great for spinning and flipping. I can whip my 188 tahoes and 186 bibbys really easily. tahoes were my jump ski for a year and still my favorite that I've ever had