Pros: All snow types and easy to turn for mid fat
Cons: Not a fast ski or great in moguls
This was my second ski. I bought it cheap because it was a former demo and they just wanted to get rid of it. My plan was to use it to move up my skills and it worked very well. I skied about 25 days on it at 6 different Colorado Mtns in early seaon ice and 15 inch powder. It handled pretty much everything ok but thrived on mixed conditions. It would be a great one quiver ski for anyone (except a speed demon but they all ride anymore) out West. Beginners who "snow plow" turn may want to buy it short because it's a mid fat which by definition are a little harder to turn up together. But they do make a big wide plow:)
The only negative is it's not a fast ski or a quick ski. However, it is really easy to ski and can handle pretty much anything you'll face. It turns with minmal effort so crusing is a relxing joy and plows through piles of powder without missing a beat. It will also handle back side bowls and steeps if your goal is not to set a speed record and it's relatively cheap.