Skied the 66 in a 192 in everything from powder to crud to bumps to groomers the day after an eighteen inch dump at Sugarbush in March. Must say that it handled very well in all conditions. It seemed to me the skis were quite heavy, though, and my legs were unusually sore the next day. Tried them again at Killington, this time in a 186, and didn't care for them as much, but I suspect a tune issue was to blame. Tried them later that season in spring conditions, once again I liked the way they skied, but found them to be some work in the spring soup. I discovered that they were more agreeable in shorter turns in those particular conditions. All and all I loved the way they skied, but the weight plus the foam core kind of turned me off. They had a pair in the ski shop that had been cut in half, and the core material was the same consistency as a pencil eraser. I ended up buying a pair of the Salomon Crossmax 10's instead. The two skis seem to be fairly similar in the way they ski, but the Salomons seem to have a little more top end built into them. I skied them in a 185 briefly one day at Copper, and gave them a real test at Wildcat later on one day when it was frozen granular at the top, soft corn at the bottom, and everything else in between. They blasted through everything that I put them through with no complaints, had great edge grip, and seemed to make a variety of turn shapes easily. All told, two very nice pair of skis, but I think the fact that the Salomons didn't wear me down as much plus the wood core tipped the scales in their favor. P.S- I ended up with the 185's, I'm 6', about 205, and I think that was the right choice for me.