Candy, appreciate your youthful exuberance and/or testosterone level, but you might work on reading comprehension. (Or wisdom, if you actually are posting your digits on the web to people you don't know from a rock).
1) What produced my post was that you stated that Blizzards have no "snap or rebound." I replied with a truism: Snap and rebound can be formalized into how much energy a ski stores and releases each flex. If you can't flex the ski enough, it will feel dead. This is a common problem for lighter skiers. Obviously, since you are WC caliber, and routinely ski at 60-75 mph at small NE resorts, and since F still = ma, then you will exert plenty of bending force. Suggest you notify the U.S. Ski team of their obvious mistake in overlooking you for Downhill, and stop messing around with Cannon.
2) You then proceed to state "I found them (Blizzards, apparently) flat and stable at 60 mph." All good, happy for you, but unrelated to your original observation about snap. Or my subsequent post. You then, as far as I can follow all this, want me to borrow some Atomics to straightline Cannon. I deduce this is because you feel slighted, that I have challenged your manhood or womanhood or whatever by a comment concerning length and snap. So we should have a race off or something?
3) Suggest you breathe slowly, and rethink your argumentation. Since you're coming across as, oh, say 15 years old. That about right?