I own a pair of 2012 Rossi S7 178cm, which I love in powder, crud and on groomers. I think the skis feel really surfy, fun and stable. I wanted to get a second pair of skis to compliment the S7s; skis that were more oriented to the other days, i.e. hardpack, bumps, etc. I demoed the 2013 S3s 178cm on such a day and feel like I may have been too impulsive. I think I might have been better off with a softer, snappier park/bump ski that could hold an edge on some hardpack, etc. Also, many reviews tout the S3s as either A) Amazing all mountain skis or B) The perfect compliment to the S7s. Honestly, IMHO, I don't feel that either of those statements hold true. I am thinking of buying some softer, quicker park/bump/ skis that can edge on some hardpack this summer when prices are lower and then selling the S3s (with like 3 days on them) in the fall when I can get the most money back. Thoughts? I guess I should mention that I am 45yo, 185lbs, advanced, aggressive skier, who skis mostly in North Idaho and less in Utah.