I just can't say enough good things about ON3P and all of the skis that they produce. The guys that run it are honest and experienced. If you're sure about what skis to buy let me tell you this: just buy ON3Ps. Straight up. Best company around.
Powder: This ski is only 95 underfoot but you would never suspect it when in powder. The wide shovel and perfectly-shaped early rise keep me afloat in it all. I got the opportunity to ski about 2 feet of champaign powder at Vail this season and I was skeptical of the Jeronimo's ability to keep my 210 pound, 6'4" frame afloat. I was proved wrong. They killed it all day; in the trees, in bowls, on little cliff drops... you get the idea.
Crud: What crud? These skis power through it all.
Groomers: These skis have a race-base. In other words, they are really really fast. Right now you're probably saying, "okay well, my curent skis are really fast." Well, unless they're race skis, they're nothing speed-wise compared to the Jeronimos. They hold an edge it all snow types and carve like no twin-tip I have ever skied. If you get these skis, you will win all of the races with your friends.
Park: I never hit rails on my Jeronimos cuz they're my powder skis, but I hit some jumps and they were super stable. I don't do a ton of buttering and jibbing on these skis for the reason already stated but whenever I ollie or nollie I BOOST. These skis are like slingshots.
They are the best graphics I have ever seen. They are a hit with the ladies (seriously, I always get compliments).
They are the perfect weight. Heavy enough to blast through everything.
At $549.00 these skis are extremely cheap for such a good powder ski.
I'm 6'4" and the 181 is good for me. In a perfect world, I would have it be ~186 but whatever haha.
The flex is damp but poppy. No chatter. Quite stiff but it bends when/where it needs to.
Slight topsheet chipping due to my edges (this will happen with any ski). The edges are bombproof.