A great ski for going big in the park and throwing down, stiff enough flex and camber underfoot to hold you down when you're a little off on landings but definitely not to stiff. Slight rocker in the tips and tails so you're not catching doing swaps or on the lips of jumps. Really quick edge to edge when you need to make slight adjustments. overall great park ski, great for groomers as well, it's not the best choice for pow but it's not designed for pow so what can you expect. with the step down sidewall the ski holds a great edge and is more durable.
The Punx is a great ski for in and out of the park. It's surprisingly stable a speed, so I'd recommend going with your usual size, or one longer if you'll be hitting big jumps. The Punx is completely symmetrical, so definitely take advantage of that by mounting true center if you can. They're also extremely durable, which is one of the ski's best features. Shops say they hardly ever have someone bring a pair of the Punx is due to build quality issues.
The 2014 atomic punx are the nicest ski I've ever ridden. They have decent amount of camber, making them really poppy and they are also very light. They are insanely durable too. I've ridden them across concrete all season and they have no deep base scratches. The edges, however, are pretty thin so expect to get a few edge cracks underfoot where you bash them onto rails. I would also prefer them to be a tad bit softer. Overall, great ski. I would definitely buy them again. 9.5/10