I scored these puppies off of BC's Tramdock site. :)
By far the best all-mtn ski I have ever ridden (and I've ridden a few dozen). I've skied them @ 8 times so far and have not even begun to find their limits. They command respect from piles of Eastern crud, hold an edge on ice like a figure skate, and simply do not chatter--at least at speeds of up to 30-35 (as far as I have pushed them so far).
It's a beefy ski so if you need to do more than a few very tight jump turns back to back in a narrow spot, you better be strong.
Only, and I mean only downside, is that my 184s are only passable in the bumps.
I have Volkl EXP 724s, same length, and can tear up the bumps vs the AC50s. But if you want a ski that won't let you down in any other condition the AC50 is your board.
Simply the best--even at near retail prices.