Well I guess I'll start with how buttery this ski is. Seriously, this thing is a noodle. Lean forward, push your toes down and roll into the best butter you will ever do. Watch as the crowds of gapers gaze in awe and be prepared to sign autographs at the bottom.
This is a 100% park ski, nothing else. You want to ski moguls? Get a different ski. You want to carve at 60 mph? Get a different ski. You want a ski to take from the park to the back country and build booters? Get a different ski. This ski is built for park.
The afterbang is alot more jib orientated than jump orientated so be aware that taking this on 40+ foot jumps will reck your pair of skis. But take this thing on a down flat down or any other feature in the park and it will make you look like a pro. A little on the heavy side but that doesn't matter too much.
Now I could go into detail about how it's built like a skateboard or the slap test Line does or its symmetrical shape and flex but I won't as you can find out about that on Lines product ski videos.
You will get a lot of people telling you the afterbang is shit construction. It delams easily and what not and they're partly right. The afterbang is a price point ski. It won't have the durability of a $550 ON3P ski but just like ON3P you will have loads of fun on this ski.
My suggestion would be to have this ski in your quiver if you can. Take it out on those blue bird park days where you just want to roll a blunt and chill. Doobs on the chair lift up and nothing but style on the way down.
If you can't afford more than one ski then don't get the afterbang unless you have your heart solely set on impressing bitches with your butters and switch ups and all that fun stuff you can do on these.