tomatonaterThe antidogma is more of a true dedicated park ski, and the el rey is gonna be more doable than the amplids. Both are great skis tho, you definently chose some banger skis either way
This dude pretty much nailed it. The El Rey is a classic - I skied the 2010
models for two years in a 178. I'm 99 % sure they remained unchanged construction - wise for the duration of their run in Armada's line.
The El Rey skis very traditionally as far as twin tip skis go. It doesn't have any fancy rocker profiles, or crazy side cut... It simply skis how'd you expect a narrowish - all mountain twin would ski.
They held a great edge carving around groomers, had a good amount of pop, especially after being well broke in - which they did very well & had a great flex in their final season.
Ultimately follow what the guy above me said. More park specific = Antidogma
More all - mtn / park = El Rey