Honestly, I'm sure there are a bunch of kids who do. Those kids also probably aren't nearly as good as pollard, so they're gonna need a ski designed to charge more than he does. Of course you CAN charge on the opus, the same way you CAN bring a race ski in the park, but the vast, vast majority of people are going to have a lot more fun/be much more confident hitting a 20 foot cliff at mach speed on a ski like the moment garbones than the opus, the same way the vast, vast majority of people will feel a lot more confident landing switch on a twin-tip ski than on a slalom ski
All i'm saying is if op wants a powder ski that can take anything he can throw at it that will let him hit said 20 foot cliff and back slap or otherwise land off balance and not give out on him, the opus shouldn't be his first choice. Really not sure why so many of you are struggling to grasp this/are getting your panties in a knot over it.