GrabfateDon't take my word for it since I haven't felt or ridden the 2.0's but from what I can tell the 2.0's are more of a all-mountain ski than the 96's. Anyways I have the 96's and they work wonders especially in the park, but carving on piste is no problem either. Only thing I've noticed is you need some force to get them on edge but that problem might come from me center mounting them. They have medium flex and are quite playful imo but I haven't skied woods with'em though.
hootsquadI've definitely found that you have to put in a little work carving the 96s but once you find the sweet spot they're really nice. I have mine mounted at factory recommended (-3.5 cm from true center I think) for reference
Ski307Thanks for all the info guys, I think I’m leaning toward the ct 2.0s. They seem pretty good for what I need them for. Can anyone speak to their quality and durability, specifically the top sheet?