You are using the review for the Volkl P50 motion in the auction description for the a Volkl P50 SC (slalom ski)? The same description you use in the Volkl P50 RC auction. Do you think those are the same ski except for the paint job also?
Quote from auction listing below. Notice how he says the skis has a radical sidecut, then the review says it's a " ...ripping GS ski...".
'03 Volkl P-50 SC RACING skis, bndgs 150 cm
Here is a very rare breed of the 2003 Volkl P50 motion line. This "Racing" specific model may never be seen again in this world. This SC Racing ski has a unique and more radical sidecut than any other P50 model from Volkl. If you need a motion binding and demand slalom performance, these are for you. I have only 2 pair of these and doubt that I'd ever see another in my life. I have these on a 3 day auction so act quickly!
Length: 150 cm
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Tip, waist, tail measurements in millimeters: 111-63-99
Topsheets: The top sheet condition of these skis displays some cosmetic imperfections typical of about 30-40 days on the mountain. Though the scratches and chips might not look as though they spent all day at the lodge, keep in mind that this superficial chafing in no way compromises the skis’ basic construction.
Bases: Bases have been freshly tuned. Entirely free of major damage or repairs, the bases show only minor, superficial scratching. They've been waxed, sharpened, and p-texed right into next week!
Edges: Edges are sharp and undamaged with no cracks, bends, or dents of any kind. Edges are in great shape and are ready for action!
They will always slide a bit better with a fresh wax to match existing snow conditions
Bindings are: Marker Motion 1200
These bindings are mounted on demo tracks and can be adjusted to fit any boot size 6-13 without the need of costly remounting. I absolutely recommend these bindings be adjusted and fitted to your boots by a local certified ski technician.
DIN range: 3-12
Retail Price: $ 1050.00
Since there is no review to ever be found on these, here is the next closest thing I can find. This is the standard p50 SC review.
Here Ski Magazine's 2003 gold medal review;
"Some might ask, "What's in a name?" In this case, we have to ask, "What's not?" In easily the longest model designation in ski history, you also get a sense of this high-speed cruising ski's multiple benefits. For one thing, there is plenty of race in this "Racing" ski: It's No. 1 in Long Turns and No. 2 in Stability at Speed. "Great snap and control," says Lewis. "This is a fat-free, ripping GS ski for the all-mountain speedster." And with its integrated rails and free-flexing binding the P50 hugs the snow. "It stays in the arc incredibly well," says Brown," and releases with a ton of power." In fact, the wood-core, titanium-reinforced P50 even finishes at No. 4 in Rebound Energy. ""You get it all," says Delliquadri. "It's easy, stable and fast."