Pros: Light and versatile, a worthy successor to the S7
Cons: Prefers tighter turns to long arcing turns
Here's Phil talking about the Rossignol Soul 7, complete with some on-the-snow footage:
Our testers gave a lot of attention to the 100-110 mm underfoot class for 2014, and this was at the top of the class, living on the finesse, quick and playful end of the spectrum. Its not so light and lively as to be nervous in any conditions we saw, including classic Tahoe crud, but it doesn't blast through like a metal laminate ski. This will also be an interesting option for backcountry skiers who focus on soft snow touring, thanks to its weight and versatile shape (one trick ponies don't tend to work out so well in the variable conditions found out of bounds).