I picked up a pair of 182 Zealots to use as alpine skis cheap off Geartrade a little while ago. I mounted them with Look PX14 bindings. I ski in Vermont and take a couple trips out west a year, so these are my powder skis. I was a little concerned about how stiff I heard these were but after spending several days on them I'm really enjoying them. I've skied them in a lot of shin deep VT powder as well as a day at Kirkwood, CA. The skis are stiff, stable and love open powder and crud. I was amazed how stable these turned and plowed through snow like a freight train. Medium to large radius turns are where the Zealot rips. As long as you stay on these skis and don't get lazy, they're great in soft snow.
The only downsides to the Zealot it's too much for tight trees, moguls and groomers. You really have to stay on these skis and ski fast or you're not really doing them justice. It's also not a ski for lighter skiers; I'm 6'2' and about 200 lbs. These skis are demanding and stiff but great for their intended purpose.