I got this pair of Billygoats last season and have around 20 days on them so far. I've skied them across summit county on both foot deep powder days and spring slush and ice. Obviously they excelled in the powder and were one of the most fun skis of this type that I have skied. Although they are a good deal stiffer than the JJ, S7, or Bentchetler, the stiffness allows you to charge harder and faster all over the mountain. On top of their stellar stability, the Billygoat is also built to superb standards as are all skis coming out of the ON3P factory. I hit multiple stumps and some sizeable rocks that would have core shotted and potentially destroyed the edge on any other ski but their was barely a scratch to this pair. If you are looking to preform some more advanced technical tricks then I would point you toward the ON3P Caylor but I will admit that these skis have been on my feet on dozens of 360s and even some Cork 5's in the backcountry.The guys at ON3P are also very pleasant to deal with and I plan to buy many more pairs of skis from them in the future.