I skied on this for one season mostly free skiing at 32 mph a few sets a week. When I started learning to ski the course during the second half of the season I began to realize I needed a lower performance and wider ski since I was skiing the course mostly at 28-30 mph. I just got a Senate Alloy and have decided to send this Prophecy on to someone who will better appreciate its high performance characteristics. Compared to the Senate I just got, the Prophecy is very nimble, quick and responsive. It is really a fun ski, but I think it is just too much for me in the course and at the slower speeds I have to ski as I'm learning course skiing fundamentals.
The ski is in perfect condition except for the water marks left by my bindings, but those will be covered up by your bindings.
Here is the ad on SIA with pics:http://www.ski-it-again.com/php/skiitagain.php?endless=summer&topic=Search&category=Slalom&postid=35144