Cronus yes, Bridge no, but owned a Karma in about same running length, direct ancestor of Bridge, same width as the Cronus. Very different feeling skis. Cronus is flexible, capable of a whole variety of very round arcs at a whole variety of speeds, lovely in bumps and crud, not enough float for real powder, tips dive a bit. My Karmas were stiffer, transmitted more snow feel, about as grippy, not as quick or precise edge to edge, and had pretty vague endings to each turn on hard groomed cuz of the tail. Very competent in bumps but not as fun because of the stiffness and tail hook. Seemed to float a bit better. From comments, hunch that the Bridge is an upscaled Karma, same general characteristics, but assume better float still, maybe a touch softer to allow for the increased dimensions. I'd take the Cronus any day for the front side or trees, the Bridge for the backside, deeper crud, and obviously for freestyle.