I agree with the pros but disagree with the cons; they are much easier on groomers and crud than people give them credit for. I have been on a pair for 3 seasons now and I have a hard time skiing any other pow ski.
Pros: One of the best pow skis out there, solid construction, good in the trees and on the steeps, great graphics, with a little practice able to be used all over the mountain (even in the park), able to get back to the lifts much easier than something like the Toons or other RC skis in my opinion. .
Cons: Definitely not as versatile as something like the JJ or a more resort oriented ski, weaker skiers seem to hate using them, takes a few days to learn how to ride them on groomers well (you can't lay them over like you would on most skis), they will most likely sit in your closet more than some more all-mountain oriented pow skis.
Overall: I love these skis to death and have been putting 20+ days on them a season. However, I feel like they are a good compliment to someone who has a 3+ ski quiver. When your everyday ski is suspects I would look at something that you can use on days when you just don't want to use park skis. JJs, Czars, Nighttrains, ect ect.