I got the DC status this year, 2012/13, and like after 14 days. Here's a review I wrote for a review site-
I can only compare these to my old 2011 F22s, which were a great boot. I wanted a dual zone BOA boot that was as stiff or stiffer than the F22. I ended up with this boot and really like it. When I want I can crank that BOA upper zone and get super support or if I'm just playing around loosen the upper zone up a bit for better comfort. I don't know if it's this boot or the BOA lacing system but it's possible to get these boots to tight/stiff. The lower zone is completely separate from the upper zone so you have true lower/upper adjust ability. I tighten the lower zone just enough to keep the heels planted. Speaking of heels these boots have excellent heel hold and it's obvious they would by looking at the strap system in the lower zone. Sizing was dead on to the foot measuring device used in stores. TIP- my toes were just a hair crunched against the front of the boot when I put them on but after walking on the treadmill to warm them up and kicking a tire they packed out perfectly. I put in new insoles from the beginning, for better arch support but you have to do this with any boot I'm told. I've never had a sore spot, pinch point, or any other issue since the first day I wore them on the slopes. I did about 3 hours of break in time on the tread mill and wore them around the house a couple times for about an hour. The one problem I have with these boots are traction compared to my F22s. IT's horrible. I really have to be careful walking in the ice/snow. If you're looking for a true dual zone BOA with excellent heel hold and support this is one to check out.