For those new to skiing the Salomon Enduro LX 730 Ski Package is the perfect set up for having fun out on the slopes. The Enduro LX 730 is a perfect ski for the true beginner, inexperienced tween or teen who is ready for their first adult system ski. The Salomon Lightrak L 10 Binding System provides an uninterrupted, even flex to the ski, and never needs to be re-drilled. The 3D Stealth Tip is a vertical extension of the shovel that has a flat contact angle to the snow, that lets the ski roll over terrain variations, to keep the front of the ski smooth. The Single Monocoque Cap Construction is lightweight and forgiving for new or younger skiers to improve their abilities, and reduce fatigue. A Pulse Pad Dampening System has elastomers along the edge of the ski for better ski to snow contact, and a smoother ride. You also get the simple and comfortable Salomon Mission 4 boots. With a 55 flex the Mission 4 is soft enough to be driven and controlled by the most inexperienced of skiers. Salomon uses the XFITFusion Comfort liner in the Mission 4, which is based around comfort and warmth to help the entry level skier stay out on the hill all day. Micro adjustable buckles at the lower cuff and over the instep allow for some customization for foot shape and tool free catches on the upper cuff let the Mission 4 adapt for different leg shapes.
I used rentals for the first two days I started learning to ski. Then I bought the LX-730 and on the first day I used it (my third day of skiing), I was promoted to Level 3 after two hours of official training and practicing on the bunny hill, the green, and blue runs.
When speeding especially on the bumpy snow it was so stable and reacted quickly to my intention for avoiding snow bumps. I'm still too beginner to talk about the pros and cons, I just explained my own experience with these skis.