Thanks for clarifying. I prefer a rocker-camber-rocker ski over a plain camber for everything, as long as the rocker is not super soft. Never ridden a full rocker or flat bottom, but I heard they're only decent off-piste.
Its an interesting idea but i dont see this system being the most durable and expect it to be burnt out after a proper season skiing, but hey fischer prove me wrong. I'm interested to see how its done internally and what the profile of the ski looks like in the two modes. Skis with rocker and camber have been around for a while and are being incorporated into pretty much every sector of skiing with early rise park skis to semi rockered go everywhere skis and to almost fully rockered pow and big mountain skis that still have a little camber.
I have a pair of fully rockered pow skis (flat bottomed) and they are amazing but the only problem is when you try to jump or anything they kinda feel dead and just so hard to use for any sort of jumping,
we call front swap front 2s ellen d's cause they involve a lot of scissoring haha - .squirrely