I was a HUGE fan of the Glidelite Mix, and only replaced those because of a long story that resulted in cutting them down with a dull leatherman to fit an emergency pair of yurt skis, I needed to replace them, so I thought I'd go ultralight.
Cutting these was easy. And the tip loop attachment wasn't too difficult.
These do not glide as well as my older Glidelites (I had the older version with the gremlin camo print - generation before the current striped geo patterns). I wasn't using these in warm temps, but figured I would try adding some skin wax. This has helped somewhat, but it's not nearly as awesome or efficient glide as the old glidelite skins.
They grip well for the most part, minus a couple issues on steep ridge kick-turn sections, but hard to say if the old skins would have been any better there.
They do roll up nice and small, which is EXTRA nice when they are cut for a 125mm waist Megawatt, and they ARE light, which is nice in general, and I especially appreciate that when I'm lugging camera gear around.
I did find the glue super sticky for the first few tours - enough that I had to take my skis off to remove them. This has eased up a little, and I can rip them off with skis still attached to my feet now, though they are still sticky enough to be a bit of a battle.
So I haven't reached the point of glue failure, or used them for any super warm spring days yet, but will update as I get more days and see how things shake out there.