The greatest thing happened to me today; I got a free pair of skis, poles, and boots! However, I noticed one major problem: the skis are very, very old. The poles I got are fine, the boots are fantastic, but the skis are ancient; a pair of K2 two78 that look like their from the 80's. If they're not old, then they've definitely been used quite a bit. The bottoms are chewed up (nothing that can't be fixed with some wax), there's a chip in the top deck (easily fixed with epoxy), and the edges are rusty as all get out. My question for whoever is reading this forum is this: will they be okay with some tune up? I have some pictures of the bottoms and I kind of focused on the edges. I'm hoping that if I take them in for a tune up they can just scrape off the rust and wax the bottoms a bit and I'll be good to go but I just don't know. I'm essentially asking for an opinion of do you think these will be okay? I'm not a very good skier and thus I don't do anything too serious. I stick to groomed blue squares and black diamonds on pretty easy hills (I live in Minnesota so there's not that much to choose from anyway). I just want these to work for what I do so I don't need to keep renting equipment. Thanks for anybody who can give me some insight!