Yea I used to ride 1080's and they tend to be a little wobbly at high speed and they don't carve well. And as mentioned, in more than a couple inches of powder you really have to work them. However they are a lot of fun, but don't come any bigger than a 177 limiting your all mountain versatility, especially if you are a big guy. Now I ride the Volkl V's and they are sweet all mountain twin tips. They float well in powder, hold up at speed, carve nicely, and work suprisingly well in the bumps. The only porblem is they're a bit heavy in the park so you can't spin them as fast as 1080's or 1260's or other park specific skis. One of the best things about them is they will stomp a big landing onto hardpack, powder, whatever with no problem. With the 1080's being so soft it was harder to land big airs without a perfectly groomed jump. If you did land it they tended to wobble a little too much. I have demoed the Enemy's briefly, and like them as well and found them comprable to the V's. However I have heard of durability problems with Enemy's delaming frequently while the V's seem almost unbreakable. The Candide come in 180, and I have heard they are an awesome ski too although I've never tried them.