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i had my park skis true centered and its was what i used in the park and all mountain, so if your worried about not being able to ski all mountain as good in my opinion you can only feel a difference for like the first day and then you just get used to it. You won't be able to ski powder as good but still its not like you won't have fun in powder on them. I ski alyeska AK and i've skied my true centered K2 extremes in the powder and had a blast. The upside is that the swing weight is deffently at its best when its at true centered, you can slid rails better, butter better, ride swicht better, and this is an opinion but i think skis look way cooler when your feet are in the middle of them
So i guess if you want to have a way better park advantage by sacerficing a little less floatablity and all mountain rideablity(slightly) you should mount them True center. its up to you and the way you want to ride. Oh yeah if there completely semetrical (exactly the same in the back as the front) deffently get the true center mounted.
anybody who read this feel free to disagree but this is just what i think based on my experiences