The Line Blend is pretty much a classic these days and it returns unchanged for 16-17 except for the addition of possible my favourite Blend graphic to date.
They do exactly what they say on the proverbial tin and blend a park ski sidecut/flex with a 100mm all mountain 100mm. In my mind they are more or less a fat park ski though because I find them too soft to charge around and certainly would worry about dropping much in the way of cliffs if the landings weren't super soft. There isn't much support in either the tip or the tail which are SOFT and pretty easy to overpower on butters etc. That said, the width does make up for this to an extent and they have been slightly stiffened since the 12-13 which was the last version I skied.
They are light for the size, have a low swingweight and obviously super easy to flex. Not poppy but easy to ollie thanks to that ease of flexing in to them. If you like soft skis, like to play around in the park and around the hill at less than mach 10, buy them. These skis don't take much selling. The team adore these skis and never want them changed. I know quite a few guys on the team personally and have had this conversation with them. But for me, I prefer the slightly stiffer flex and tighter radius that the Bacons provide as my 'blend' of park/all mountain perfomance.