Good skiers who are heavy enough to flex it, and ski with really active feet fore/aft, also love the Bonafide. I use quite a bit of tipping, as well as some foot movements fore/aft, and therefore like a ski with a predictable tip to engage, which is what Holiday is talking about.
Sounds like me, I think. I'm very comfortable with fully cambered skis, and am used to "working" skis, putting a great deal of energy into them. So when I demo'd the Mantras and Blizzards, BOTH felt "easy" to me by comparison. I honestly don't get how the Mantra is "work", as I found it delightfully relaxed compared to what I'm used to. And the Bones were absolutely butter smooth, felt like I barely had to work them at all. Just tip and go. The tips were certainly more vague, but I didn't mind; my slalom skis cure that otherwise. Perhaps that's what I'm looking for in an off-piste ski; something that can be easier in the soft stuff, doesn't require high energy in the bumps, and so forth. Those high energy traits are what I love in a carver, not in a soft snow ski (at least for me).
I've tried softer, non-metal skis with either wood or wood/carbon construction, and have found most of them to be noodles for what I prefer. Maybe it's just my background, preference, and weight, but I've come to the realization that I like metal skis that are on the damp side, fairly stiff, and solid. Bones, Mantras, E98, Cham 97, and Enforcers all fit that bill, for me at least. I just gotta test a couple more of these if possible, then pull the trigger (likely not until the Fall though).
I find the Enforcer intriguing. Since they're end-of-life, I doubt I'll be able to demo a pair. Probably end up passing unless some crazy deal comes along. But those graphics......UGH........looks like they got beat with the ugly stick all the way down the mountain LOL.