Info about me. 5'11 220lbs. level 3 skier. Grew up on the ice coast just moved out to utah specifically brighton.
Conditions. 18" of powder and tracked out powder. Groomed surface when not in the powder.
The ehp 186 demands hard charging speed. Once you get them up to speed they freight train through everything. The ehp gives of a fuck you snow and terrain attitude one you get them going even on ice. When you are going slow on the ehp this is where they get real grumpy, they don't turn at all unless you man handle the beast of a ski. I had to put in a ton of work into the ski in tight trees.
This ski wasn't my style of a ski. They only wanted to charge all the time. I like a ski to be able to charge but not be able to do anything else.
I would recommend this ski for a skier who treats the mountain as a downhill race course filled with cliffs and pow.