So I just bought these skis and skied them last weekend (Mar21/22,09) at Whistler after about 80+ cm of fresh. I mounted them tele (Black Diamond O2 bindings) at -1cm. My style of skiing is primarily freeride; I don't do any park or switch-style skiing.
In the pow: The ski was phonomenal as expected. I need not say more.
Not in the pow: The ski was surprisingly good even on groomers and on ice (as I skied out to the village at the end of the day). The camber and 18m sidecut/radius really makes the ski work more like a normal ski when you need it. Just put it on edge and you'll be making some quick turns. There is a noticable lack of edge grip at the tips for turn initiation (due to the rockered tip and hence very short effective edge) when compared to a traditional ski, especially when needing to turn quick in the bumps. However,this is expected from an early rise/rockered ski, and this deficiency is compensated by the short-radius sidecut underfoot.
Landing drops/jumps: I was slightly concerned about a short tail due to a soft/rockered tail and mounting -1cm instead of the +3 the Sage recommends. However, I had no problems putting on the brakes when I needed to emergency stop or when landing big drops where I was too far in the backseat. Swing weight while doing 360's was noticable, since I'm used to much lighter skis (G3 Saints).
In summary, I love these skis. They are not a one ski quiver though. For hardpack and touring days, I'll go with my G3 Saints. But if there's any semblance of soft snow off-piste (where I spend the majority of my time), I'll be breaking out my S7 clown-shoes.