The Boadicous is a monster of a ski. Great ski, but you need to show up. It is stiffer than the 115 or the 105, more demanding, and needs juice just to get into the groove. Never skied it on firm groomers; but it has a big feel, and probably is like a freight train, not a carver.
I'm guessing the Bodacious is very weight sensitive. It seems that for those under 180, it's a different ski than for larger skiers. 6'0" and 205 buck nek'id on this end and ski it in a 186. It'd be interesting to ski the 194, but I think it'd loose it's versatility for our particular venue. No trouble getting through soft bumps to get to the good stuff. In powder, it does what you'd expect out of a 118 wide ride. Honestly, it's a very nice ski that doesn't seem to require huge inputs to make it work well. Damp but not dead feeling. Stable, etc.... Piste. Yes, you can get them to make big railroad track arcs, and yes they do hold surprisingly well, but it's not a ski I'd pull out of the car if you had to do anymore than transit on groomers. For 8"+ of fresh, it's great. For less than 8", the E98's the ride.