Blizzard launched its Quattro range last season and hasn't seen the need to tinker with anything for the coming winter.
The Austrian company can be forgiven that - especially when you consider how well the Quattro's were received when we first got our dirty little mitts on them, and also the choice of options in the series - with eight men's skis and five women's specific versions.
The 8.0 Ca are billed towards the lower end of the Quattro range and as Blizzard says that they have a "huge sweet spot allowing you to progress as a skier", it is no surprise they're designed for recreational skiers.
The titanium and carbon of other models in the series are absent in the 8.0 Ca and they're not as stable at high speed in comparison despite being quite wide for piste skis at 80mm, while the lower DIN IQ Plate TP 10 binding system is a little more budget.
The 4mm tip and tail rocker - double that of some of its siblings - is designed to help initiate turns, but we find that they seem to oversteer a little.
If that sounds like we don't rate the 8.0 Ca then read on, because those comparisons are mainly with the more expensive RS, RX and Ti models in mind.
We tested them in really challenging conditions for piste skis and they were pretty smooth and powerful throughout, with one reviewer praising them for all-round performance in powder, ice and moguls.
We can see why the 8.0 Ca are labelled as recreational skis because they're user friendly, but they feel more like performance skis to us and they could happily serve more advanced riders.