Checked my log, I actually skied the Volkl One for 5 full days and 2 half days (Afternoon) at Taos at the end of their season.
My One is a 177 mounted at +2. Couple of the instructors I was skiing with were very happy with theirs mounted on +3.
As TC said, the ski is very balanced. I ski very tall from the bottom of my feet and not from the front of the cuff. However, I may still look short when I ski because I was born short. But definitely not from the back of the boot. Most of the time, I don't bother to buckle my boots. Just the booster strap on top.
Mom is dead on when she said this ski is giggly fun. Especially true when the snow gets soft. Mush, powder, slush bumps, even old sun baked rotten stuff. Kachina peak was in full winter condition While I was there at the end of March. The bumps were big and very firm. The One had no issue with the very firm stuff. We generally lap Kachina peak between 8 to 12 time per day. Not exactly the one and done routine.
No, they are not my favorite icy firm bump ski, that honor goes to a pair of Atomic FIS SL 158. Nor will it replace my Kendo & Mantra, but they will replace my 186 Goat in my quiver.
This is what Kachina peak looked like at the end of the season.