Pros: can ski any terrain, great pop off jumps, glides above powder really well
I got these skis for sale from evo that came with marker griffen bindings, and i have to say that I couldn't be happier. I am from the chicagoland suburbs but i ski all over the place. So far since i have had them i have spent four days at Alpine valley in Wisconsin, and three days in Breckonridge Colorado. I tried them out of some basic runs first, just to get used to them. I adjusted to them pretty quickly. I was able to make nice easy carves, stop really well, and pick up a decent amount of speed.
Then in the terrain park i was able to get some really nice pop off the jumps. The skis were also really light paired up with the marker bindings. I could get some nice tricks off the jumps rails and half pipe.
While i was in Breckonridge i took thes skis high up into the bowls, and even walked to a few runs with them. I tried walking to the top of the impereal bowl and skiing down back to the lift with these skis first. There was powder almost all the way up to my knee and these skis glided really nicely. Now i'm about 5'11" so there was a pretty decent amount of snow. With my time a breck i went down almost every bowl and these skis held up really well and provided me with a really fun and comfortable ski.
Lastly skiing through the trees didn't present any problem for these skis, they held up and it felt really good.
The only bad thing i would say about these skis is that they got really scratched and banged up since i had them, but i am using them a lot on all different types of terrain so it is ok with me.
Overall a really great ski that i would reccommend to anyone.