Just received these in 185 from Backcountry. Having owned the Amperages since mid last season, I was looking for a narrower ski with similar design concepts, i.e., rocker, camber & slightly rockered tail. My first impressions are that build quality is extremely high (for those China Haters, I looked at a pair of USA made Hart Attack and there were clear voids in the layup, still $600!!!- please!), generous 21m-ish sidecut, rockered tip very similar in shape and slightly shorter than Amperage but not by much, 7-9mm's of camber (5mm more than Amperage), and very subtle rockered tail. Torsionally, these seem very stiff. Medium soft tip, medium firm (but not 2x4 stiffness) mid-section under the running length, and a medium soft tail, stiffer than Amperage.
A guy at BD I spoke with earlier this Fall '12 told me that most of their skis henceforth will share this design concept, and I can see why- the Amperage formula works and is fun to ski. As for the Current, it is too early to ski these (only 4 stars because), but know the shape and flex of the ski will work for me. It's nice to see early rise/rocker added to narrower ski builds, and I don't think everyone needs a 125mm waisted ski to have fun! Chest deep pow conditions aside, I predict that we will start seeing ski waist widths decline once folks figure out you can have just as much fun with less girth.
Will post further update once mounted (telemark in my case) and skiied.