I put about 60-70 more days on my krypto, here's an update.
I used to love the board, but I'm gonna downgrade it just slightly. You still get a ton of bang for your buck for an AM freeride deck. This board is selling at the end of the season for $200 at sportchek in canada.
The board has softened up a bit since new. It's now a medium but still plenty damp. It does really well on powder days with the bindings set all the way back. But it does have it's limits, I followed my buddy on his barracuda into a tree run and sunk quite a few times where it wasn't steep enough. You have to weight your back foot still a little bit to ride pow, but it does really really well.
The MTX edges... well I love and hate them. They are there to save my ass when I come across a patch of ice or hard cornice. But if it's a warm day with softer snow, and you lay into a hard carve, the MTX is so aggressive it tends to cut right into the snow and bottom you on your toe or heel cup. I wear size 9 boots and medium bindings, I don't have this problem on other boards. If you smear a lot or don't try to lay eurocarves this won't happen.
My only other knock on this board is that it's a bit hard to turn. I ride a 159 and it doesn't do quick transitions very well. It's hard to handle in tight tree runs and the board makes you work. On wide open stuff it's great to just point it and gun it. The board is great at high speeds. I reach for it on pow days or when I'm going to be going fast. The rest of the time my rossi jibsaw is a much more fun poppy board to play on.