They are bass-ackwards designs that make absolutely no sense- a 130mm ski with a bunch of camber and regular sidecut and a 110mm ski with tons of sidecut with nearly identical tip and tail dimensions? You need neither sidecut nor camber to turn in powder (which bot these skis are meant for)- tons of camber makes a ski dive, sidecut makes a ski deflect, and a massive tail makes the tips more likely to submarine. Not to mention the Elizabeth was initially available only in a 172 until the release of the Bacon. Other companies, even traditional ones, are lightyears ahead of Line's "progressive" designs.
To be quite honnest Eric Pollard did not designe the Elizabeth to be a powder only ski. He desiged it to ski just about everything , and do anything anywhere.
As everyone else is about "Progessiing" With bigger lines bigger drops more spins ect Pollards vission is to take a few steps back and make everying smooth and FUN again.
He vary rarley skis anthing Narrower than the Elizabeth even in his park and jib segments they are his ski of choice.
Same goes with the S.F.B. These skis were created around the creators style and what he was looking for in a ski.
There for they are what they are, and are not for everyone, but that dosent make them behind in "progression"