I've been skiing the 10-11 Bacons this season as my powder ski... 182's mounted at the recommended point (-5 from true center I believe? still leaves a fair bit of tail but haven't had any issues with tip dive and don't feel too far forward).
Likes: Awesome in untracked. Really surfy, loose feel, fun in trees. Also super poppy and playful... a fun hucking ski... great pop on take off and impossible to dive the tip on landing. Also very light for their size, so easy to maneuver and toss around. Just a fun ski overall when it's untracked.
Dislikes: Anything that's not smooth or untracked conditions, that same lightness and softness that make it fun in powder mean these get bounced in crud and chop... they don't plow through tougher conditions, they get bounced around a lot. Also, when it's firm, I feel like you're only using the middle 100cm of the ski to carve and overall just an unstable feel on hardpack. Smooth groomers they are fine, but once stuff gets even slightly push-piled or chopped, they get knocked around too easily.
Overall, I wouldn't use it as an everyday ski, I only take mine out when it's a true powder day or I'm heading out the gates. I just think this ski needs some more stiffness and heft to give it some crud busting ability. However if you're looking for a more jibby fun ski, I definitely think it accomplishes that.