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I actually have the 2013 model and I've been using it for about 12 separate days now this season and this is what I've gotten:
Terrain: It's a pretty neutral, all mountain twin tip. I use it on the groomers, I use it in the park (rails, boxes, jumps, pipe), I use it in crud, I used it in slush, and I use it off piste in powder. It floats pretty well in pow, it holds up in the park with some good pop, and it ends up being great anywhere you take it. Perfect for anywhere on the mountain.
Design: Some pretty slick graphics. It's all wood core so it's light and it has a semi cap construction with a step down sidewall underfoot. The step down sidewall does its job when it needs to and the cap keeps the weight down while keeping an edge on piste.
Durability: The ski has held up really well for the things that I've done with it. I've yardsaled pretty bad, flexed them a lot, been run over by other skis and the only real complaint is the laminate on top that starts to chip a little bit in some places. Only really cosmetic and hardly even noticeable.
Weight: I'm not so sure what the weight is in relation to other skis but it seems to be pretty light.
Style: Pretty sick. Twins let you do THE SWITCH.
Flex: Quite flexy, I can bend them by pressing them and they hold up. Pretty soft.
Camber: They have a 15% tip rocker, 75% underfoot camber, and a 10% tail rocker. Helps keep it an all mountain ski, no complaints.
Pop: Pretty poppy. Not sure what else to put here.
Stability: I ride the 173 and they can handle some good speed albeit some chatter. In the powder they float and hold well despite being smaller than pow skis. On piste they definitely have some good edge hold.