The sick Snow Mullet rides solidly in all snow conditions allowing me to go faster and more confidently than I ever rode on my old Burton Mission. I've even gotten some air with it, and stuck the landing every time. I was stunned, and thrilled, the first time I didn't wipe out. Originally I purchased the board for powder, and that is certainly the design intent of this board. The board is an absolute joy in freshies. I've ridden powder up to mid-thigh with no problem. The Snow Mullet always powers through whatever I give it.
Surprisingly, the Snow Mullet does really well on groomers and hard pack too. The board is somewhat stiff so it avoids chattering at the higher speeds. The edges are sharp enough to carve well. Over moguls the board easily rides up the icy sides and cuts through the powder on top. Of course you can ride between the moguls too, but that often implies higher speeds than I prefer.
The sintered carbon base is the only drawback to this board. It really needs a good layer of wax. Fail to wax the base and it becomes fuzzy and very slow. I use a very unusual method to keep the board slick. I use can wax that I find on eBay, but I don't scrape it or polish it. After I apply a new layer I just use the snow on the hill to smooth the wax. It usually takes one or two runs, in Utah I found it can take 4 or 5 runs until the board is slick again.
I've never taken the board into the park, but I have ridden natural half pipes in gullies with no problem. It seems to me that the board at 160 cm would be somewhat too long for parks, but I don't really know, it has done everything else I've asked. For reference, I'm a 5' 7" female, so riding a 160 cm board is pretty unusual, but I found the transition to this longer board painless. This board was manufactured just before Lib Tech switched to their scalloped edges. I haven't tried the new edges, but scalloping sounds like a good idea to me. I use flow bindings and Salomon Optima boots. When I began riding this board I was a solid intermediate rider, now I'd say I'm more an advanced intermediate.
Also note that my board was badly tuned when I purchased it. I would recommend having it waxed and sharpened before riding. I can't say enough good things about the ride Lib Tech created.