I'm nearly positive that they're the same as the previous B2's and there should be plenty of reviews.
If so, I've skied them. They're very skiable. By that I mean they're easy to ski, you don't have to work hard for them to respond.
They have a really soft tip. That means they float well for a ski of its width, but the tips flop around in crud. The mid-section isn't nearly as soft though, so they'll keep plowing through, but you'll definitely feel the tips moving.
They're REALLY easy to ski bumps with.
Because of the cap construction, they get on edge easily, and with their shape they'll carve, even on boilerplate, but you're not going to have the deathgrip of a stiffer ski, or one with a narrower waist. I did a top-to-bottom run with them down Whistler on a boilerplate day doing big, fast turns the whole way down. I didn't lose control ever, but there were times where I felt a bit out of control.
They have a really low swingweight. This made them feel nervous on steeps. When I wanted to get them around though, it was nice that they did so without any trouble.