Amazing how this thread on a women's ski is 90% guys!
I'll chime in that I suggested these as rentals for a friend who visited last year - aggressive intermediate with rusty technique looking to learn on modern stuff and go fast. She loved them.
That is, she loved them once she finally skied them. But she hated the flowers.
It took LM and me about 15 minutes of explaining how the T-9 series were really hot skis that lots of high-end women skiers were on, and that they weren't softened-down girly-girl frou-frou skis before she'd go with them.
Meanwhile LM loves her (Burnin') Luv's - not really because of the graphics, but that's a plus to her. She's really glad when she finally gave into lust and bought a pair, she got a deal on last year's model that still had the flowers.
So there's a "which kind of woman is she?" issue, if they're last year's One Luv's where K2 still was using the flower design. Note that this year they dropped it. Wouldn't surprise me if they lost sales from the "I don't want any flowery crap - I want a real ski" contingent and that's why they changed it.
If your wife is more like my friend, be prepared for a flower-management discussion
OTOH if she's more like my wife, then she'll love that you were so thoughtful that not only did you get her a great ski, you got her one that's pretty!