Pros: Light, good edge grip for twin, fun
Cons: Not made for boilerplate
I always keep a pair of twin-tips around to play with when we haven't had any snow for a while. I use them mainly in the moguls. My twins need to handle a light amount of crud, slush, powder, etc. but I'm not concerned about their deep snow performance. Of all the twins I've owned I've enjoyed these the most.
One reason I like these is they have fairly decent dampening for a park ski. I often end up in areas with frozen slush and chicken heads. Most twins I've owned get outright scary in those conditions. These skis do pretty well.
In moguls these skis shine. They are light, carve well and are easy to quickly set an edge with. They have a little pop which is ideal. They do a good job plowing through the crud piles that accumulate on the tops of moguls around here. Their dimensions are ideal for me as I can ski moguls on them using either a zipper line technique or by carving turns on the side of the mogul.
I put the value rating at 4 because their retail is much higher than normal park skis with a waist in the mid-80s but you can find them online for under $300 which makes them a 5 star value.