Since more and more "all-mountain" skis are coming with tip or tip and tail rocker, I am interested in what people see as the implications of taking a rockered ski (both tip and tip/tail) in the bumps, and how camber or no camber comes into play in that situation.
My experience is pretty much limited to tip rockered skis, which initiated turns more easily, and smoothed things out, but the negative was that the lack of tip pressure resulted in the bumps not slowing the ski down, so my usual technique of getting on the ski early and carving around the bump necessitated buttering the end of each turn with the tails to maintain speed control. I know you can take a full rockered ski and pivot slide your way through the bumps, but I am trying to find out if it can be done without adopting a new type of turn.
I am interested in your impressions of the pluses and minuses of rocking in the bumps, and technique changes required. Do you find it easier or harder to ski bumps with rockered skis? Why?