FWIW I have the 07-08 Enforcers with the turned up tail. I haven't had a chance to ski them in anything really deep, but so far I absolutely love this ski. I will confirm that it slays crud. It's pretty damp and can rail on hard pack. I have the 185 which I think skis a little shorter due to the tail, and at times have felt about to go over the handle bars when really getting aggressive, but when you stay on center they are a smooth ride. I've only gotten a little chatter once on some 'ice' (more like frozen hardpack, not the clear blue bullet proof stuff).
I agree that they don't really like short turns, but b/c of the sidecut the will do them, but there's not much rebound on short turns and they are more damp than lively when doing so.
So far, these skis really excel ripping huge GS turns at high speed through any crud or chop. No tip deflection and they are very damp and 'easy' to ski. While they're not super quick edge to edge, I found them 'ok' at bumps. Turn initiation was good, and they finish a turn nice, but definitely damp, not a lot of pop to really throw you into that next turn.
Hopefully this season I will get the chance to ski them in some really deep stuff. I've heard all the reviews that they're not the 'best' in deep, but I figure for the few days I get to ski really deep stuff they will 'suffice'. I was willing to take that compromise since they perform so great in crud and rail on the groomers.