The Chubbs are still a great ski. I'd be happy for a little history on them if anyone has some. I remember my first day on them. I was skating off the T-Bar at Breck to head over to Ptarmigan and nearly fell on my face; the tips are sooo soft. Love the zebra bases, too. They hide the black p-text fairly well. My most recent day on them was Feb '08 with 2 feet of fresh at Mary Jane and a buddy that knew the area well. We were floating off all sorts of drops without a care in the world, it was sooo deep.
The Olin Sierra's are a great ski, too. The Betas are interesting as they have camber and a half. I guess Atomic thought a tele ski had to have a good wax pocket. (wrong) When they hook up, you better be ready to fly.
I think I've posted my whole collection unless anyone is interested in seeing some skinny (50mm) tele skis! You've all seen my latest additions, beautiful red Javelin XXLs, courtesy of Pete, so I wont' repost those. I love those skis! I'm going to get a pair of Nordica leather buckle boots to ski them with and the vintage poster of Staub that matches the skis, just because!