had this ski for a year and a half and its great. not too wide underfoot so is good for carving but still stable. pretty hard work off-piste though. top sheet chips too much but the edges are really strong and have taken a beating. i ski mostly park and its perfect for everything there but it is also a pipe ski so it isn't so soft and playful as others.
These are park skis. We could end our story there. For regular skiing they are absolute pigs. Symmetrical twin tips just don't make sense for normal skiing. Skiing switch is easy on them, almost too easy if you keep your weight centred. But when skiing normally at speed it's very difficult to get the confidence to really get over on them. They squirm at high speed so the only real solution is to stabilise yourself by doing a series of very long and gentle carves. Some might describe them as "fun" in the way that soft park skis are fun to throw around. Well they are light, so yes you can throw them around! But to me "fun" should mean you're confident in those skis on a variety of terrain including a wide groomer on the days you don't want to ski park (not necessary power - I'm not suggesting that these should be any good in powder). If all you're doing is skiing park then sure, go for it. But these skis aren't a good all-rounder and I'm afraid to say aren't even good enough for the occasional rip on regular runs.