From my six days on the Jeffreys, I have skied mainly powder and a little park. It seems like they adjust to what you are skiing. They are a durable and stable ski, but soft enough to butter on. The graphics are sick according to everyone I have skied with and definitely worth the price. I am looking forward to many good years with my Jeffreys, and I dont think I couldve picked a better ski. Thanks to everyone on the ON3P Crew, you were awesome to work with in picking out my perfect ski, I just hope you keep doing what you are doing.
I have been lucky enough to be skiing a lot of powder, but also groomers and park. I have mine mounted with Schizos, and I have only been using them center, but they are amazing in powder. Personally they can be hard to control in the trees but they float great. They are really playful in the powder, too. I barely ski groomers, but from my experience right now, they are good on them. I haven't gotten to do much park yet this season, but I was really surprised with how well they did on the few boxes I have hit and on jumps. It seems like they spin pretty well, but come out slightly on the heavy side.
If only I had a dollar for every time somebody complemented my skis. I think that everyone who I've ridden with, and talked about with has told me their graphics are sick. The colors are great along with the different approach to graphics. I haven't ridden soft tops before, but they are peeling a little and barely getting scratched up.
I think the price is fitted perfectly for ON3Ps. Being a small, local company they had to put the prices up a little, but I got mine for the presale price($500). As far as quality and price, I would categorize them as a perfect mix.
Since the Jeffrey only comes in 186, and ON3P measures skis exactly,(Closer to 190ish),I found them slightly longer than expected, but it doesn't make a huge difference because the rocker makes the ski's edge contact shorter. It really depends on what you ski and how big you are because the rocker makes a big difference.
I'm more on the small side of this ski, (5'11" 150 pounds) So it acts slightly stiffer, but it is still very playful because of the bamboo core which provides a lot of pop off of cliffs and jumps. They aren't super soft, but they are stiff, so that puts them right in the middle.
I cant say much yet on durability yet, thankfully. I die a little inside every time I hit a rock or stump, but I have yet to find a very noticeable scratch. I hit one big rock today and didn't find anything, so they must be good.