I'm assuming it's me. Yesterday was my first time on a pair of full rocker skis-- I demo'd a pair of Faction CT 3.0's (mounted at the all-mountain line). I was in Tahoe. Conditions were 8" of fresh on top of spring hardpack (there had been rain in the previous days). For reference, my daily drivers are 4FRNT MSP's (stiff, full camber).
The biggest thing I noticed right away (in pow/crud) was that I kept catching the tails during short turns. It felt almost like the ski wanted me to be actively working the tails and applying pressure in the area behind my boot with every turn. I'm accustomed to being able to just drive the shovel across the fall line and the tail following naturally. I ended up having to lean back a lot more than I usually would in order to keep pressure on the tails. Instinctively that feels wrong (and made it a lot more likely that I'd get bucked by a knuckle), but I couldn't figure out how else to ski them without catching tails all over the place. I assume I'm missing something important about the stance I need either on these particular skis or on rockered skis in general. Can anyone offer advice?