Content police or not, a reality check is always good. I am with qcanoe: I would not pick the Bone as a ski to ski easter ice (and, BTW, before you brand me a spoiled Californian, I know what Easter ice is first hand, after many days in New England). I am also as big of a Bonafide fan as anyone on this forum. They are quite passable on ice, but still nowhere near as sure-footed as a real ice skate ski. They have no right to be as good as they are at 98mm, but its still a far cry form a real ice deal. I'd hate to have someone come to this forum read how good the Bones are on Easter ice and buy them as their only ski for Okemo.
To Wouterr- this is internet, and if you are not prepared to be challenged, you should not be on the web. Lighten up and have a bit thicker skin. Its all in the name of truth.
Easter ice is usually pretty nasty stuff, but since Easter comes during the Spring, the ice melts pretty quickly and leaves some really nice slush skiing. So if you get to the hill a bit later on Easter, you won't usually have to deal with the ice. I'd think Bonafides would be pretty good in slush. Of course, I did have one very memorable blower powder day on Easter once as well.