I picked these up recently, but have too many skis. Last season's MX98, in 174cm (square tail, measures about 178cm when compared to other skis running lengths). One of the most versatile wide skis ever made. It literally holds on hard snow better than any ~100mm ski on the market, perfect flex for bumps and soft snow; truly as close to a 1-ski quiver as I have ever seen. They dis-continued it, as they figured most guys skiing this were locals that couldn't afford skis that cost $1180 flat. This is the 2010 version with 2 sheets of metal: it is basically a bit softer version of the MX88. This ski exceeds the new MX98 in all conditions save for possibly soft snow, and price (it sold for $200 more than the current ski does).
They are drilled for Griffons (binding not included). I can sell you a Griffon or Marker-Kastle binding w/adjustable riser plate so that you won't have to get them re-drilled. They have about 10 days on them, and will include a fresh grind and a lot of hot scrapes.
$575 or best offer.