So good they haven't changed them since they started making them.
Here's what I wrote in this thread about them: http://www.newschoolers.com/ns/forums/readthread/thread_id/775753/
here's a review: http://www.newschoolers.com/reviews/2169/Filthy-Rich
I've been on the Filthy Rich since it's first year (11/12), it's the best park ski out there, hands down, no questions asked. If you can't have fun on them, then maybe skiing isn't for you. They're flex is mid-stiff, but the rocker makes them very playful, what this means is that you can haul ass on them and hit big jumps while feeling stable and also have a forgiving ski that's easy to press and butter. The sidecut and unmatched, they turn however you want them to turn, the best description I've heard on the actual skiing of the ski is that they give what you put into them. So if you want to make tight turns they'll do it, but if you want to rail them out, put your heel into into them and hang on for the ride. I just got a fresh pair a few weeks ago and I love the carve, you can put them down sideways with ease...not something that can be said with all park skis, especially symmetrical skis. Speed limit? I haven't found one yet. Durability, I dare you to find a ski more durable. The edges are 2.5mm by 2.5mm hard steel edges, this means they'll last a long time (my last pair wen't over 125 days of straight park skiing - mostly rails - they have 2 edge cracks total). The bases refuse to wear out, and go fast. The bamboo core is responsive and long lasting, I hate a dead feeling ski, and even worse I hate when I ski is super fun on day 1, but lame by day 10, these skis are like a fine wine, they're even better with age. The only problem with these skis...once you're on them, you won't want to stop riding them. Go buy them, you won't be disappointed.