Kudos to mojoman here. His original post was fine. I have no fault with that. And meant nothing personal. My point was this, Cindy's Run takes less than 60 seconds to ski. It has a short headwall with a blue pitch that gradually tapers off to a flat run out that if you don't carry enough speed through you'll find yourself having to skate to get to the lift. (I patrolled Holiday for ten years) The most fun I ever had on Cindy's was high speed runs of maybe 6 turns. It's just not the kind of hill where I could form any kind of impression of a pair of skis other than if they had a good tune or not. I totally agree with tromano's thoughts. But, maybe someone can get all the knowledge out of a ski's performance after two minutes of skiing.
No offense was taken. I understand your points.