Overall it's a good ski and I've had a great time riding them, but at the end of the day, they're pretty restricted to the park and the value for money isn't excellent.
It's an excellent ski for intermediate park rats. Performs well all round, but especially well on kickers due to the true-twin tip, symmetrical build with center set bindings, weight, and shock absorbing tips. Reinforced edges have also survived years of abuse on rails and boxes. Can carve well on groomers too (should you have any edges left!) but does not fare well in the deeper stuff.
The design is pretty awesome. Neon green on the bottom, and asymmetric graphics on top with the wood core showing through.
For me, they were a steal as I got them on a fluke. Before they were discontinued, you could have probably gotten better skis for the same/less money.
The sizes are pretty standard for park skis. I have a relatively short pair but I'm used to them. Realistically, I'd like a bigger size, but due to the conditions in which I got the skis, this wasn't possible.
Moderate stiffness underfoot with extra flex in the tips to soak landings. Fischer included a partial bamboo layer which makes the ski quite poppy.
Incredibly durable ski. They've survived 4 years of abuse and still ride as well as the day I bought them.