The Bridge is stiff, a bit heavy, and not symmetrical.
The Bridge, in my opinion, is a directional, traditional, all mountain ski best suited for bombing groomers, venturing into some glades, and sort of just cruising a mountain with a real variety in terrain.
Basically, Volkl saw that the newschool market was blowing up, turned the tail up on a ski similar to the mantra, and added "young" graphics. It's a well built ski, it's durable, it's powerful, it loves to be put on edge and to run fast, but it is NOT a park ski, regardless of what they market it as.
Is it possible to slide rails, and hit jumps with it? Of course....if you're a casual park skier who likes to shred groomers more than hike rails, it's not a bad choice. However, if you're looking for a park minded all mountain ski that you plan on really putting through it's paces on serious features, whilst riding and landing switch....stay away from it.