I would say these are skis that will work incredibly well for some and not for others. I'd call them a Marmite ski but I'm not sure the majority of you guys would get that. I couldn't personally ski these as my daily park driver because on the mountain I tend to rail around, ski some cruddy bump runs and high speed all mountain jibs even on my park skis and these felt too torsionally soft for me to push. Even simply lapping park in Saas Fee requires a pretty lengthy high speed run back to the lift and these got pretty jittery on it. But if I was skiing a smaller mountain, for example on the east coast, in the midwest or indoors they would be a perfect lightweight park ski. Playing around at low speed, hitting some urban etc these are perfect. Buttering a ton but still needing a lightweight ski to do nine switch ups on a rail, these are perfect. I said it in a preview review and I'll say it again, the Honey Badgers are going to make a lot of jibby skiers happy and not cost all that much while they do it.