I hope the tune helps. I love the Enforcer 100 and 110, the 110 is now my larger ski in a 2-ski quiver along with an 88 waist ski. My favorite thing about the 100 and 110 is that even though they do extremely well in the off-piste and blast through crud and float on powder, they're still great carvers and are really fun on groomers (and I say this as someone who has spent more days on race skis than any other type of ski, though I'll admit I was a very mediocre racer). It's the versatility where they truly shine. You can find skis that are better on or off-piste, but in my limited experience I haven't skied anything that's quite been able to do both so well. When I go out West, the 110 is the only ski I bring now. It might sound silly, but I could still have fun carving packed powder on groomers all day with the 110.
Good to hear. I now own both the 100 and 110 and plan on taking the 110 on my Western trip this year. If it carves as well as every one is saying, I may just sell the 100.