The Volkl One intrigues me.
I'm a big fan of the Blizz flipcore, my Bodacious are like gigantic tame bulls that take me in the air or in the snow wherever I point them as they magically bring me right on the sweet spot(boot center .75cm forward).
That is until I hiked up to a rarely opened favorite chute. The powder field was dreamy and the lower flanks looked even more so, but as I dove into the big pillows the tips dove beneath the crust supporting those pillows. I released the left and swam/flew another 50 yards down before I could stop. Good thing my buddy was skilled and nice enough to bring it down to me (she did not need to help me like that).
Looking at the One and Two, I saw a tip rocker that offered a nice taper(not too much) and fully expect them to remain above the nasty crust, the trouble is those conditions are maybe 1% of what I ever see so demoing them for that is not an option.
As it is now, I'm happy riding the tails, if I find myself there and wait for a good demo chance on some new new school stix.