i could post up a review of the vct's but i think it would be better coming from an unbiased person.
my thoughts on the vct's however
very solid ride... ohh so stable at high speeds, i was carving switch (real carving), in variable conditions at a solid 25mph "i would guess"
and they felt perfect.
much more pop than i expected from such a large ski. 182 length "104mm underfoot"
they made long fluid turns very well and were always ready for the next (they never really felt sluggish) Short turns were harder to make but got easier as i spent more time on them, just like on all skis over 100 at the waist, with the exception of the elizibeth.
over all, given the conditions that i used them in, i was more than happy, they were fun to jump with, i didnt hit rails but i know they would slay them, and they were fun to mob at really high speeds with, i also could ollie to 180 over "slow signs" at quite slow speeds, so the pop is pretty impressive. i could spin flatland 3 on them to. so the weight isnt that bad.. in the 182 length i would say that these skis feel quite lighter than a 179 seth pistol. (thats just a reference to estimate the weight).
these would be a good everyday ski for anybody that spends 50% off the trail, and 50% on, that not only demands a high performance backcountry ski, but a ski that can perform in the park as well.
hope this has helped a little. and dont be afraid to try out the skis this summer.
and post your reviews