These things mean business. Not as playful as some of the other options. The day I bought a pair I had also demoed the K2 Obsethed and the Line Opus. Although the Obsethed and the Opus aren't quite in the same family as the Super 7, I wanted to get a feel for something else. Ultimately, I decided to go with the Super 7 because of it's stability ANYWHERE on the mountain. I was that idiot that was riding a powder ski on man-made snow/ice, but I was probably having way more fun than everyone else.
Bottom Line: You're always going to feel a great sense of control and stability with this ski whether your coming in for a landing off a 20ft drop, bombing your favorite Blue or Double Blue, plowing through crud, floating on the surface of fresh pow, or making controlled turns down a slope that resembles an ice rink. However, this ski does not provide that nice playful, spinny, and poppy feel that you get with a skis like the Opus and Obsethed.