I had the opportunity to take the El Capo out for a week at Snowbird. It was like the Helldorado crossed with the Enforcer and Girish, and I loved it. I ski the Helldorado every day that it's not deep and smooth, and ski the Bushy Wayne when it is. The El Capo really rounds out the quiver, as it is a little more on piste oriented and directional. The 185 really measures in at 189cm, but because the tail isn't totally flat, they call it a 185. I ski the Helldorado in a 193, and was a little skeptical of the El Capo in a 185, but at 6' and 160lbs, I really found it to be the perfect length for me, mounted at the traditional line with their up-turned tail.
The El Capo carves really well, and with the two layers of metal, it is damp and smooth at any speed. It's really good at high speeds. The Cap' definitely has more of an even flex than the Helldorado, but it has more pop and rebound than the Helldo, too. Nice and stiff behind the heel, so it's very responsive and makes nice, snappy turns. The more you angulate it, the more it rails, and more edge is engaged. The Capo will make tight, racer style turns, or long, smooth, high speed turns, as well. Wide enough for powder skiing, narrow enough to ski comfortably on firm and icy slopes, and damp enough to make choppy rough conditions easier to ski.
The top sheet art work is really nice, too.