I'll chime in as I've skied them pretty extensively
Yes, they're soft - probably the softest ski I've ever skied. However, they are by no means "noodly," in fact, quite the opposite. The flex pattern is such that they are actually fairly stiff under foot, with a very aggressive core taper near the tip and tail which drastically thins the skis profile.
The result is a ski that's super soft and flexy near the ends while still being stiff enough underfoot to manage jumping, and because of how thin they are, they have VERY little swing weight. Seriously, these things are the lightest ski I've skied in a while, despite being 95 underfoot. I've been hitting PC's jumps (including Kings) for a month on them and been fine, save for the occasional backseat wheelie. If you hit primarily jumps you may want to go with something stiffer, but these can definitely hold their own.
On durability - as touched on above, there was a problem with the SAMPLES. My TC skis have this exact same delam problem underfoot. So do my Chronics. This is why they give skis to athletes the season before they go retail, so these things are caught and ironed out. The good news is I have skied them hard for a month and they're still going strong. I was nervous at first with how thin they were, but they have defied all expectations and held up amazingly.