Got a chance to ski my 182 foils monday at Kirkwood. I'm 6'2 190 and my foils are mounted @ +2. Conditions were...interesting, it snowed 2-3 feet the day before then rained all night leaving a chalky powder of 2-4 inches on top with sloppy slush down low. Normally I would have skied my spatulas but they were in the shop.
I was very impressed with how they handled the soft heavy stuff. Able to make ripping stable turns with good float, especially for being mounted forward and relatively short. I felt pretty safe at speed in soft snow as well, only got tossed once but it was my first day out, and in heavy snow. Didn't find hooking to be to much of a problem, though the snow was not deep. Also very pocket rocket like in the trees, quick, light, easy. The few groomers I skied were at the bottom going to lifts, flat and slow. Ski had good carve, very easy to bounce in and out of turns. They had some chatter on the bumpy tracks if you're booking it to keep from getting stuck, though pretty typical of any ski. Don't exactly love crud because they are a light ski with a fat tip, you're not blowing through anything.
Sorry about the limited conditions and no park. Overall I was super impressed with how they handled the heavy pow, If they can rip arcing big turns like that in soft snow they should be amazing on groomers. Very fun, very light and playful, a ski that's not afraid to leave the snow. Not sure mounting +2 was the best idea, there's a lot of tail already, and now not much tip. They are my park ski however and I think I'll find the advantages then. I wouldn't buy the foils if I was skiing pure big mountain, steeps, crud, if I didn't have another ski. They're too short and too soft for that kind of charging at my size. Great for a ski to hit the park then carve groomers or play in mellow trees.