I have a pair of 208 cm kästle SG racing skis, which I have enjoyed skiing for many years. They are great for going fast, on groomed or ungroomed runs (provided the bumps are less than say a foot or two high), good for crud-busting, and will make an emergency short turn should you have to avoid an obstacle. The tips are relatively softer than the tails so they will bite into a sharp turn. You will have to skid the tails if you want to make a series of short turns on hard snow. They make great LR carved turns AT SPEED. They will make skided turns at more moderate turns and shorter radii, provided you know what to do with them (use edge control and weight control to let the snow turn the ski - don't try and muscle them around).
They are not good at doing moguls, at least at my skill level. Mind you if the moguls are only a couple of feet high you will only touch the tops of every fourth one
. It can be a real struggle getting them through some tight spots on the way to your favourite chute.
PS I'm only heavy enough to really bend one ski at a time unless I'm going like 30 mph. Before I gained 35 lbs, the speed limit was a lot higher.