Pros: Silky, great edge grip, fast, stable, friendly.
This is the "cheater" gs and very user friendly. Mine are185 (19.6R). The only complaint would be that they're almost too friendly, you don't really need to be much forward and can get lazy on them. Still it's just an excellent ski. Lay them over hard and they hold an edge very well. Let them run and they're solid. Very fast, Stockli puts good bases on these. I also have the version before this one - 2012 ? - with a different topsheet and a blunt tip.......same ski / same radius at 184 but 3mm narrower the whole length and a little quicker to edge, a little more reactive and a very fun ski too. These are great fun cruising skis. On a course or steep I'd want a stiffer ski with longer radius.
There's also the version before either of those (from 2009, 2010?), has an ugly gray topsheet with little bumps, it's FIS 188 with 26R.....a flatout awesome ski. Coincidentally (?) or maybe not so coincidentally, the Fischer master's 188 / >25M introduced in 2013 has identical measurements but doesn't ski as nicely as that Stockli. The Swiss really do make an excellent ski.