Skis are great, I tested them in various conditions.
Regular camber, but the nose is really soft, making it easy for butters and nollies. Stiffer tails give more pop with ollies and help with landings on big kickers, bases are fast. Slanted sidewalls work good - they protect the topsheet well.
Didn't have any problems with skis yet and they were tested hard, on one backcountry jump I even broke nose part of look px 14 binding, but skis were intact.
I ride 178 model, which is 87mm underfoot, I personally prefer narrower skis - but as I said it's personal.
But this width together with soft nose made it possible to ski backcountry pretty easy, I did few drops over 5/6meters in fresh snow and had no problem with riding it away. (not a backcountry ski for sure but if you have one pair, you will be able to go off the track without worries)
Here are some photos form the tests (more to come):
Hope I helped