i just rode these for my first time last week, its my park ski. though my ideal park day, ill ski park all day, with maybe an hour or so spent jibbing around some BC features. these skis are awesome in the park, they are heavy, it didnt bother me, i like the weight, if your not spinning 10's on 30 footers and triple switch ups on a 10 ft. box i dont feel like it will hold you up. it really depends on your skiing style, if you like to get as techy as possible, get something super skinny and light. if you like to surf around the park, more relaxed and floaty, these skis are ideal. 270's onto flat rails/boxes are easy unless its maybe an urban style rail. on medium-large jumps spinning 5's 7's and 9's wouldnt take any real effort. your just going to feel the ski beneath you. they feel AWESOME on slower spins. the weight is a big advantage for that area.
the flex is awesome, super buttery and poppy. the stiffness underfoot and the width makes it super stable on big jump landings. but you can do some huge long butters if you want. and they ski awesome switch.
the coolest part is when you go from skiing park, where these skis kill it, to skiing pow, chopped up snow, or BC. and they perform better than most normal camber 100% pow skis. they are super lively, you can hop around in soft snow, and they are the perfect blend of soft/stiff in the right areas. i hit a 30ish foot cliff into chopped up bumpy soft snow, right into a big compression, and they stuck it like a big mountain ski. the softness of the tips keeps them above the snow while the stiffness underfoot gives you stability.
the width is perfect. while i like a heavyish park ski, these skis could be a little lighter. if i were to recommend a similar ski, id look very seriously at the domains if you want something more park oriented and your a more techy skier. or the bacons if you want something a little more all mountain oriented. after feeling the bacons, they seem pretty similar in flex, and about the same weight. they would kill it in the park just as well, only thing is i could see the width making them a little clumsy for an all park ski. but if it werent for the fujas, i would have definitely gotten bacons.