Thanks for the information on how those skis compare. The enforcer 104 tune is on my bucket list. I tried to tune it earlier this season at a resort, but the turnaround time was longer than my trip. I plan to have it tuned before next season.Free mod then for your Enforcer 104 would be to move the bindings up a cm or two to initiate turns quicker as well as making pivoting easier. Factory mount is -8.9cm from Center Vs the -2.5cm Factory mount of the BO 118. Had mine at plus 2cm but I’d go plus 1cm if I did it again to keep stability high.
I’d also check that the bases are flat as Enforcers are notoriously often edge high which makes skis feel heavier and slower edge to edge than they should be.
The Enforcer 104 is definitely an easier ski to ski but it’s not bombproof like a true charger that you can lazily ski and not have to think about through crud at high speeds with. Comes alive and is lots of fun at moderate speeds though.
MFree 108 are more tapered than an Enforcer Free so excel in soft snow and are more surfy feeling especially in the 182cm length. The 192cm length is more “serious” feeling but still won’t have the precise feel of an less tapered designs like the Unleashed, Sender Free 110 or Blackops 118.
The Revolt 121 has a more surfy feel too but has a solid weight and flex pattern behind it so decent in crud and tracked snow. New Revolt 114 I hear is “more directional” so might be less loose than the 121.
I’d adjust your mount and check the tune as you may already own your perfect “middle ski” that just hasn’t shown its full potential yet.