This ski would be perfect for a girl or lightweight guy that rips, high performance but very forgiving and easy to flex. I'd recomend them for my sister. A bit soft for me, but still probably one of the better skis I've ever ridden.
Definitely an excellent, high performing ski on all levels, fischer really has their stuff dialed on this ski. The fairly generous sidecut made for tight race-like turns on hardpack, moguls were doable (although probably not the prefered tool for the trade) and I was surprised how well they did in powder. Usually I have had issues with bigger sidecuts being hooky in oder, but I found these to be nimble through trees. I never got to really run them out in an open powder face, but other than that they performed in every condition I found outside of the park.
Increibly lightweight ski with a soft flex and a very big camber, making them stable and non-chattery at speeds but still able to flex well in powder.
I'm not sure how much these go for, but if you've got money to burn, definitely a great one-ski quiver for someone who does it all outside of the park.
I borrowed these from a girl at work one day to see how they were at her request, they were a 180 but if I were to get them as a charging ski I'd probably want to bumb up a size, im 5'9" 155 btw.
Fairly soft flexing in the tip through midfoot, progressively stiffer as you go to tail
These are my friends skis and shes been using them for over a year and they feel brand new, so it seemed to me quite good.