i have the hero wide limited 155.(same thing just looks different) so i took my new wood down to the jibyard ........an indoor park just the other day, and as for the board i didn't have the option to give it any jump testing. but railwise the shit is tight.you can get extra nice presses ,and with board-slide's it pops right to that cuppage you'd expect from regular camber. it spins smooth, feels great on the feet,and the ics/est system is genius. however, i thought at first the bindings were a bad choice...but after some excessively easy adjustments they turned out to to be a killer combination.
i am on to my second pair now after owning the first for a good three, maybe even four seasons. point being they last both inside and out. in fact i still use the old ones from time to time.
bottom line..great boot at a better price, works well now matter what your riding, they have done nothing for me but satisfy
buy em' up it's an awesome deal, not only for the price, but the quality is top notch. and they excel on it ALL. slightly stiff, but still feel pretty playful. i thought at first they were a bad choice due to a steep forward lean even after setting it as far back as it went. but i just rotated the sky backs to be parallel to my heel edge allowing flawless support when i called on it, yet out of the way otherwise, and with that not even there feel you cant go wrong.