Pros: Able to drop cornices in a single bound
Cons: Still can wheelie if you get back on it.
The Super7 has taken the regular S7 to a new level of power in the 188 length (the 195cm model is a carry over with the new graphics for 2012). Where the regular S7 would get a bit floppy in the tip and tail, the Super7 with its extra metal will stay more stable and not get thrown around nearly as much in crud and cut up conditions. I would suggest the Super7 over the regular S7 for a stronger more powerful skier who likes to drive a ski. The regular S7 is still a great option for a lighter finesse skier.
Other skis in class: K2 Obsethed, DPS Wailer112RP, Atomic Bent Chetler
Environment & Conditions:
Location of Test: Winter Park Co
Number of Runs: 2
Snow Conditions: Mixed
Demo or Own: Demo
Height/Weight: 5'10" 190lb
Ski Days/Season: 60
Years Skiing: 35
Current Quiver: Kastle MX88, Blizzard Bonafide, DPS112 Pure
Home Area: Northstar/Squaw
Preferred Terrain: bumps, off-piste, trees