I've had these skis for 2-3 years, been skiing on them for about 2.5 seasons, and am quite pleased with them. I got them on level9sports so they were pretty cheap cause they're an old model. These are park oriented skis and thats what I mostly ski on them. However here on east coast if there is somewhat of a sort of pow day, i don't have much trouble with them. In fact i find them kinda floaty. Design is okay, kinda bright, imo it could be better. So far the skis seem to be holding up well from constant rail abuse. Idk about the weight, they feel pretty light. Coming from a guy who rode ultra light/buttery 9th Ward previously, they seemed heavy. but now they feel better. I like the camber, because it gets a good edge hold on ice and groomers. These skis aren't a poppy as i'd like. Despite the bamboo backbone, i feel like someone could find a poppier ski on the market. Stability is actually pretty good on groomers, i feel its better than my old skis. In conclusion, for a solid ski that you can progress on and land big new tricks they are great. They are playful on rails and buttery enough so they're fun, but stable and as the liberty ski website said "can handle the big shit too"
The LTE is really an all around quailty park ski. It can truly survive a beating. So far they have survived a season of 100+ days in the park and hitting a significant amount of concrete trannys with only one edge crack. Liberty treats their edges differently than most skis so they tend to wear down faster than most skis.