So I've done a fair bit of searching around and haven't seemed to come across anything like this so I thought I'd ask you guys what you thought. So I started off my season of my normal all mountain skis, some Volkl Kendo's, and if any of you have seen them of skied them you know that the mount point is pretty far back (I believe around -13-14cm from true centre). So skied so for a couple of days just lapping groomers and bumps to get my legs back, then about a week ago went back to my park skis, Salomon Twenty Twelves, mounted 1 cm back from true centre. I felt terrible, relatively speaking, going from my all mountain skis back to my park skis after an off season. It's not that I couldn't ski well on my park skis, but just riding around the mountain I didn't feel nearly as comfortable as on the Kendos. Now I'm positive the reason would be the mount point, I didn't feel as confident banging out quick turns in the bumps and the 3D snow in the trees, on groomers it was fine. SO, my question is being how do you guys transition nicely from your (if you have some) more traditional skis to your park skis? I'm thinking I should just be trying to ski them in a more centred stance, it could also be that's I've only been on snow a few days this season so far, so the legs are still coming back.. idk. Would like to hear what you guys think.