Although a good bump ski might make sking bumps somewhat more sucessful for you, save your money for bump lessons. That's the real way to get better at bumps.
Originally Posted by jstraw
Think I should take up motocross on my Harley?
I you don't understand why the B2 is good in the bumps then you're working to hard when you ski them. You ski bumps using a mixture of techniques which include skidding, pivoting and carving. The extra width underfoot makes the B2 easy to pivot and skid. It also makes the B2 an inefficient carver which is actually an advantage in bumps because one of the techniques for controlling your speed is to allow your edges to slip while carving a turn. Add in the fact that the B2 doesn't punish you for broadsiding a mogul or getting back too far and you have a fun ski in the moguls.
I have some 170 cm SkiCross 10s which I take in the moguls and I find I have to work harder on them even though they are quicker and better carvers than my other skis. I have to work to skid them and I have to deliberately control my speed. On my fatter skis I can be more relaxed and allow their tendency to skid and not carve well to keep my speed in check.