I just got back from Park City, where I demo'ed these skis (Thanks, Legacy Sports)... I'm probably not as accomplished a skier as most of you who post on this forum, but I have to say that these skis were amazing in how they turned in, kept their edge and snapped in transition. They were also very forgiving, in as much as I probably needed them to be, as I found myself snapping turns much more quickly and flying through them at speeds that I never would have felt comfortable with my old skis.
Now, I'm 41 years old (an old surfer, now living in the midwest) and 6'4"/230lbs. My old skis are (pretty old) Head Cyber 201x. Basically, first gen. parabolics... I tried Rossi 9S Oversize in 173cm and, in more extreme unplowed snow (not the usual dry talcum, either), in 165cm. These are significantly shorter than what I've been skiing (usually just a cruiser) but I still found them to be super stable when skiied as I usually do.
Finally, I found this site when I did a search for these skis the morning after getting back from our trip; I'm going to buy them before I do another run downhill.
Go demo them before you buy... If you're in PC, try Legacy Sports (Nick Tanaka at their Legacy Lodge shop will go to great lengths to work with you to figure out what you want/need). In addition, they have a hut at the Summit and you can switch out all day. In fact, that's where I first tried the Rossignols. I don't remember the name of the guy up there but he was there everyday, really easy to work with and totally picked up on what I was looking for, putting me on the skis that gave me the ride of my life.
Enough... these are great skis for just about any level.