I had a chance to test Bushwackers 180cm for 4 days and I can confirm they are great in softer snow. I could unfortunately only stick to groomers, as the temperatures made skiing off-piste almost impossible in the Dolomites. But as each day went on, there was so much soft spring slush on-piste every afternoon I had a pretty good feel for how the ski behaves in soft stuff. And boy was it good. They flew through or over everything I met on slopes being hit with 10+ C degrees effortlessly.
Super easy to manouver, breaking the carve turn into a slide and vice versa, changing directions was definately a lot of fun - in my opinion thanks to front and rear rocker. I was suprised how stable the ski was in longer turn, though it probably did best at around 19-22m turns. I didn't find a speed limit (183cm/71kg) for this ski, at least not when turning, being happily surprised when I found out that I could carve without feeling in danger it at 95+ km/h. Though they did chatter a lot when going straight above 90 km/h, but not to the point of feeling troublesome.
Only weakness I found, was skiing the Bushwackers at concrete-hard groomers, which is what the artificial snow was like in the first 2-3 hours in the morning. It was hard to engage the ski on edge and it felt out of place on hard surface. I could be heard on half of the mountain too, as they roared on these hard groomers. But as the snow got just a tad softer, I was easily one of the happier people on the slopes.
Overall, these are easy and fun skis, which definately are going to cover a lot of terrain. They are by no means soft for what they are intended to, but they could definately make a longer version, as 180cm doesn't feel that long at all.