I demoed them last season at the bird for a few hours and did not particularly like them. It was during a midweek spring storm with about 8" of new snow and I skied them from 11 AM - 1 PM mainly on the cirque. They were fun in the fresh soft snow and did a fine job in the crud, but they handled pretty terribly on anything hard. It was super hard to slash turns on them or slash to scrub speed on traverses, which I was very surprised at due how early the rockered section of the ski started. They look awesome though. Volkl did a great job with the graphics on the One and Two this year. Overall, I would say they are a decent ski, but there are definitely some skis out there that float just as well yet are also a bit more nimble and fun when getting you to or from the powder.
Note: I know how important it is to detune the rockered / tapered section on a ski like this, and unfortunately I'm sure the edges we sharp everywhere on this ski. I have a feeling it would ski and break free much better if you took a gummy stone to it.