I bought this ski as my one ski quiver and its damn near perfect for that cause. with 122-92-112 dimensions its really sick everywhere. My only advice is know what kind of flex you want, because if you dont want a stiff solid ski the msp prly isnt going to work out, but its still sick in park and stable.
Past skis I've had; Volkl V ski, Dynastar concepts and troublemakers. MSP is def my favorite so far.
One word. STABLE. super stable at high speeds. Felt more sketch about my bindings releasing than the ski not being able to handle anything. Kills it through crud and carves real nice on groomed, likes to make big turns. Pretty decent in powder even tho its stiff but I wouldn't ski it on a huge pow day. I didnt ski a ton of pow in the first place tho. Skis switch reeeel nice. I like it for park a lot so far, but its not a really playful ski.
Sick graphics, sick bases. Not much else to say. Not that quick edge to edge but that might just be me. If I changed anything I'd soften up the tips and tails a little bit and keep it stiff underfoot, but maybe I should just get a park ski too.
I got the college discount, so good deal for like $420 USD or whatever.
I'm 6'0" tall and 181 is an alright size for me because its my one ski quiver. If I had this ski for only all mountain I'd probably go for the 187, but thats just preference. 181 is probably best because of the stiffness for all round.
I have it mounted at +2, which is like 4 from true center? I'd probably go +4 (2 from center) if I mounted again.
STIFF. Very even flex throughout the entire ski. I'm 210 lbs so I can handle the flex pretty well. Probably not the most ideal flex for park but they still kill it from what I can tell. Great flex for charging or all mountain. Super stable on jumps, all I've hit so far is like a 20-30 footer though.
Just holding the skis you can tell they are super burley. Definitely some solid skis. No real damage even after hitting some rocks and shit. Only big complaint is to see the top sheet chip away the dope graphics.