Good lord, you're a twig. I use them, they're some of the better all-mountain twins out there, but not well suited for any really deep snow as far as I'm concerned. On ice, I've never skiied any twin that handled better. They carve amazingly well. They're stable on landings, although stiff, so you can salvage backseat landings, but they'll kill your shins. They're pretty heavy skis, though, and stiff, obviously... so not the best out there for jibbing. If you want a stiff ski, they're a good choice.
Oh, and their biggest perk is that they're indestructable.
''so lets say you have the wire of a light right, and the light is on, and you cut the wire wearing leather gloves and a use wire cutters that have rubber on the handle, would u still get electrocuted? ...im stealing a bunch of lights out of my basement...''-Lipen69, Member # 16354