Dawg got 'em for me.
63 yrs old 5.8, 150 ' prefer short swing on steeps, somewhat faster edge angle on lesser pitches. 61 yrs skiing by now...Yes, I'm lousy at reviews.
Nevertheless, at PCMR cold days, dry, perfect snow w/ a bit of 4" fresh at the edges of my groomer runs the ski was a delight, with a pretty quick ability to switch foot/ankle turns/edges as well as a very solid bite and hold on longer high g-force faster runs. Not a pure RC, not a GS bite, but just a bit below a RC. Way more forgiving than the Progressor 9+ of yore and way less stiff.. Pretty playful, nice flexibility. I normally take two sets and demo over Christmas week, was not tempted to do so on these. Rare ski contentment for me.
At Mammoth this wkend the snow was limited and hard after the corduroy was skied off. They will slide somewhat reluctantly if you need to do so to stay upright on the ice.
Pull back the downhill ski and punch the downhill arm and you're doing a slalom radius at moderate speed that gives back great grip and power. The only time they were a bit looser was on the aforementioned gs speed carves. The only thing that held in my experience on that type of turn was the Head i-Speed, but the 900 is way more user friendly than that ski.
All in all, a terrific design from Fischer.
But I remain tempted by the Blizz 800 that Dawg raves about as a sub for my slightly aging smaller mtn ski the Blizz Sonic.