Ditto. Very good as a Telemark ski.
Personally, I'd not want a ski over 90mm underfoot skiing in New England (Maine) .The closer to 80mm
I have another maxim: on modern shaped skis, 180 cm in length or less.
These are my crappy opinions, others may disagree.
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I installed inserts on this keys and can switch out an NTN and Target binding depending on what kind of skiing I want to do that day. If I'm going early and climbing I ski the Targas. There will never be anything like the feel of 75 mm.
Other days the NTN allows more power for more aggressive skiing. 62 years old and still have a long way to go and a short time to get there.
A little early tip rise would help through the transition, but eventually should be eliminated for a full cambered carver. Any so-called "all mountain carver" will be ok on softer, more edge able snow, but flail on hard, icy snow.