Thanks for remembering my question. I thought I was going to go down in history as starting the shortest thread in the history of this forum. That's an interesting tidbit you mentioned. I posted the same question over at the PowderMag forum. Obviously, not much is known about them, but I finally did get one interesting reply from Q-bert:
"...Not too sure about the Titan, but here's what I can tell you - last year's Blizzard fat kicked ass (the Woody: http://www.powdermag.com/buyers_guid...&type=blizzard
). I don't know why they scrapped it... well, OK, come to think of it, I DO know. The only person I ever saw skiing on them was Woody.
Anyway, the Titan looks like a slimmed down version of the Woody. The tip dimension is the same, but the waist and tail are a little skinnier. The Woody was a really solid wood-core, laminate construction ski (actually felt A LITTLE BIT like an Iggy fat). If they haven't changed the construction type and materials on the Titan, it should make for a good everyday, on/off-piste ski, but it won't be as powder dominant as the Woody was.
Good luck finding out anything more about 'em. The upcoming buyer's guides might be a little help, but it's tough to find info on Blizzard. I'm hoping to get on a pair for a day sometime this winter if I ever see any.