Doesn't seem to be much feedback forthcoming, so here's my $.02...
A pair of Titanal II's went on eBay a few days ago for $137.50, so I'd say if they're in good shape and you could get the bindings separately for less than $100 snag em. You could always sell them yourself on eBay later.
The skis could be serviceable, (if you can and like to ski skinnier skis in differing conditions), but even at $100 they are overpriced. Shop online for new old stock (NOS) skis of a more recent vintage (and maybe wider). There are some pretty good deals out there, and if you can hold off a bit they will likely get even better in about 2 months.
If you haven't come across it already this you might want to read this...
If you're just looking to get some experience safely going uphill then back down, you might consider doing something like this.
Of course if you're doing anything outside of a resort you need avalanche training and gear - beacon, shovel and probe at a minimum.
Happy skinning! ;-)