What is your price range? I would not buy those skis in that Link you provided reason is that you can buy that ski new for that price online. 400 bucks not, worth it. Those bindings are not worth 350. Also, Volkl Tigersharks are ok. I would advise you to look at Blizzards line up. Volkl's are ok.Find a local good ski shop. Or look for Ski swaps near you. Typically swaps are around this time of year.
Shorter skis will be easier to turn than longer skis in the same make and model. There are many factors that influence how a ski preforms and turns (Radius, Sidecut, Materials used, type of ski, etc.). The "best ski size" depends on your height, weight, type of skiing, your skiing ability, and your preference of ski length. It varies from person to person. Some people like longer skis, some people prefer shorter skis. It depends on what your comfortable with.
My suggestion is to DEMO several pairs of skis that your interested in before buying a pair. Find a local ski shop and check out some new models and get their suggestions. Remember Ski boots are the most important purchase of ski equipment. If your feet are not comfortable you are not going to have a good time. Ski boot fit and comfort should be your first priority. Research and find a local bootfitter near you.
I have owned MANY pairs of volkls.Now I am going over to Blizzard.
Edited by Ole703 - 10/8/10 at 10:39pm