I was helping out Moment at their demo yesterday at Kirkwood, and I was able to ride both before the day was up. The Night trains are stiffer and have a little less pronounced rocker. They are more of a charger through the powder. The Ghost Chants are my favorite because of the rocker. It looks straight up ridiculous, in the best way possible. They are soft so hucking off huge features is kind of hard on the knees but they float like nothing else; no leg fatigue here. They turn on a dime in powder. And on harder flat snow, like on the way to the left, just throw your arms in a direction and you'll start spinning. People laugh and stare at you from the lift, in amazement. I'm buying some 2013's for next season. But if you are looking for an all mountain/ powder, like stated above the pb and j is where it's at. My bro has a pair and I ride them all the time. I use them for ice groomer days just because they are so fun. You can bounce through the powder on them and get on the edges on groomers. That's your best bet for all mtn.