@ Milk_man I know you deliberately posted in Ski Gabber, but your post belongs in Gear Talk, so I've put it there like you should have.
tomPietrowskiI skied both the new versions for a few days each at the end of last season. Between the toe the domain was certainly my favourite. The shreditor was still good but just way to soft for me. It was not just soft in the tip an. Tail but underfoot too so I was finding a lack of stability. The domain in comparison had a stiffer feel and a lot more pop. I was finding you can push it a lot harder but you will find things like butters harder. If you are smaller and like a more buttery style I would go shreditor. If your more a comp style park skier so goin bigger and doing things fast then the domain will be a better option. Both good ski though so either way you will have fun.
Tom, are you sure they didn't mislabel the skis at the demo or something? Because the Domain I can fold in half with next to no problem (I've owned several pairs including the '16). I'd say it was one of the softer skis out there. I haven't skied this year's Shreditor 92 but I have had team riders complain that it's too stiff for them, skied last year's and owned the old Recoil/Iron Maiden, which was almost the same ski and more a comp style park ski/pretty stiff throughout.
@Milk_man both are great park skis for the right rider. It depends how you ski. The Shreditor, at least last year's, was much stiffer than the Domain, with a faster base. It was way better on jumps, way better skiing pipe and charging the mountain. But they aren't that buttery or playful. You can still butter but it is hard work.
The Domain on the other hand has no camber and a slow base (I found them uncomfortably slow). But I'd say they are the best narrower playful ski I've skied. I tend to actually ride something fat out of choice but if you want a jibby, pressy, buttery rail ski that you can still spin fast I'd stick with them.