@punkture I do like to charge.
Have a pair of mantras which are totally bombproof and ski like a fat GS ski, they are unreal at holding an edge at speed, with pretty much zero chatter. Pretty good for all over the hill but they were frustrating in powder as you really had to work to keep the tips up, despite the width and a really slight tip rocker. So the atris were my solution for going fatter and floatier, but still being able to rip up all over the hill. Was a family trip last year (with two year old) so never really got to test them out as much as I'd have liked but for a few wee hikes and some freshies, they were superb.
Quite liked them on piste but a different vibe to the mantras. They feel like they can stop on a dime, totally precise edging, you really have to drive them as well (don't know if its my style or just the skis, but this feels totally natural on them), while the atris are nowhere near as directional. Was fun to be back popping off features a bit more though.