Well, Marker squires do live up to disappointment. Went through 6 brakes this season and it was my first year of park so I didn't even abuse these too much. Came out switch out of a 3 foot high elbow rail and broke both brakes at once. These definetly had durability issues and I had a few unwanted releases. In the upside, these are really light. That's about it. Wouldn't recommend to a skier who has more than a year of park experience and weighs more than 110 pounds who shreds. The griffons are worth the extra money.
I got the blue ones and they're sick. They're pretty light and good for park, but can work all around the mountain. The only problem with them is that they break easily. The breaks on mine got bent after a little fall the second time I took them out.