I demoed a pair when I was considering them as a backcountry AT ski. I was on much longer ones, and skied them on hard pack snow, including bumps and some thick old untracked snow. It was not really a very good test, but I decided right away they were not what I wanted. They had a very light flighty feel to them that is exactly the opposite of what I like. Considering their feel, they did hold an edge pretty well, but I had to constantly be aware so I did not over-ski them. Light easy turning skis requiring a light touch. As a deep snow ski for a women they might be alright, but I would have doubts about their heavy powder and slush capabilities based on my limited experience.
My wife has a pair of Rossi T3, which was their tele/AT ski model with identical dimensions as the B2 and B2W. I checked and determined that her skis were between those two, in that they had a metal layer a little thicker than the B2W. I have a feeling the B94 is similar, and is probably slightly beefier than the women's B94 W, but that is just a guess.
For whatever reason the B94 Respect was not very popular, (maybe they didn't make many), but they seemed to get discontinued and put on sale pretty quickly. IMO, if is definitely not a ski for a heavier person, but for a light women it might be an OK soft snow ski.