The Kung Fujas has a rocker that doesn't disable it on hard snow performance. Trust me, you will be so surprised. I was blown away. You are going to get added benefit in slushy park or pow conditions. The ski itself is much softer than an obSETHed as well, so those models are pretty well differentiated. Kung Fujas is almost symmetrical with bi-directional taper while the obSETHed has a progressive sidecut, meaning you can create a wider ski with more carving capabilities and less propensity to want to hook into turns. So much of the testing of the Kung Fujas with rocker was done on firm ass icy snow in the mornings on Hood and down in Chile. The things rails on ice, it is sick.
For those of you that are stoked, thanks! See you around if you are in the NW.