1) I have no clue as to the construction of the construction of the 810 (that's not entirely true; I know it has modern, metal edges), but It did not feel flipcore-ish, not like the less precise 8.0Ti, and certainly not like the Latigo. It felt like a full-camber ski, very positive in its response to input. I'd like to hear your on-snow take on them if you get a chance to ride 'em, you have a good way of describing these slide-y things.
2) I only rode the SR88. What puzzles me is that the 174 SR95 is turnier (by a good bit) than the 19M 177 SR88. Any ideas as to why?
Markojp, I was thinking about your (and philpug's) positive reviews of the Nrgy skis when I wrote mine, and I +1 your recommendation to Tog to get on them to see for himself. What troubles me is not only that I didn't click with them, but that the folks that do are who I consider to be better skiers than me (I haven't seen you ski, but from reading you, I assume you can turn left and right on any part of the mountain and teach others how to do so, and I know Phil rips harder than I do). Is this an expert-only ski? Or was I incredibly unlucky with tune or mount point with three different pair of Nrgys?
FWIW, I plan on getting out on the Nemesis and Wild Belle again tomorrow to see if the skis at Copper were an anomaly