I was there, but didn't meet up with anyone. My brother and I mainly focused on the Line demo's (I skied Nordica at their demo day). My reviews of the equipment I used:
Line Prophet 80 - had an issue with the tune, no edge grip - even on a set edge traverse. Felt phenomenal in the patches of softer snow that I could find. Very easy turning and stable at speed (other than the edge hold). Felt like a very nice, almost supple flex to it, soft and easy flex, but predicatable and not really over powered.
Line Chronic Blend - VERY lively ski. Also felt a little off in the edges
but much more rebound from turn to turn than the Prophet 80. Both the Chronic Blend and the Prohpet 80 skied very well all mountain and bumps, I felt the Chronic Blend might be a little more park suited, especially with the livelier feel. I agreed with the description of the Chronic Blend being similar to the Prophet 80, but more "caffinated"
Line Prophet 100 - Surprise of the day. I LOVED this ski. Skied very well for 100mm under foot. It had a similar agreeable flex to the 80, but better edges which helped it shine a bit more. Had no problems in the bumps either and would zip line and actually carve lines in the bumps. This ski surprised me with its speed edge to edge while turning as well as its predictability on variable snow conditions. Honestly, this demo made me want to buy em.