Ive had the chance to ride my Elizabeths for 4 days now and I thought id tell you what i thought of them. Two days at Keystone, one at Vail and one at Breck.
All 4 days i had them mounted in the front most mounting point Line allows.
I have the Reactor 10's mounted on them right now and they are just at LITTLE bit heaver then my Rossi Scratch 180's with 912s. It is very hard to tell which ones way more but the Elizabeths are just a bit heaver.
Riding them is an absolute dream!!!
If you were blindfolded and could ski you couldnet tell that they were a 110 waist. On groomers these skis like to ski fast. They love to make long turns and they do so very easily. As soon as Keystone gets iced over the Elizabeths still stick to the ground, you couldent slide out on an ice patch if you wanted to.
Skiing switch with them took about 2.5 seconds to get used to and they are just as much fun as they are riding forward.
The day i was at Vail I took some trees and cliffs of chair 11 and had a blast on them. They were so easy to maneuver through even the tightest of areas. Much easier then my Scratches. Had some areas about knee deep snow, not much but decent for the time. Again, the Elizabeths did it all.
I took them on some bumps once. That would probably be the last time i do that.
The flex on the ski is pretty much awesome, or perfect. definatly stiffer then my scratches but hardly the stiffest ski in my book. To my suprise butters and presses were easier or just as easy to do as they were on my Scratches.
Last time I was out no one really had any jumps set up yet so i cant really describe them in the park, and i dident want to take them on any rails yet, they still look pretty.
Over all this is pretty much the most amazing ski I have ever been on and am soooo glad i saved up for these things.