Currently about 5'9", 175 lbs.
Level ; I think I suck at moguls, but think I'm pretty good at carving. I used to think I could ski steeps and powder on the backside half-decently, but haven't seen any of that type of terrain for decades. Anything on a trail map is pretty easy for me to get down without falling or stopping to "shop for turns, but style-wise, I'm sure I've got lots of work to do before I will look good in moguls.
Aggressiveness - I like to ski faster than the average bear.
Skis: carver at 165 cm, speed ski at 208 cm, gs at about 190 cm:
1. 208 cm - old school Kästle Super Giant Slalom racing skis -used to be my one-ski quiver. I only weighed 145 lbs when I bought them, but at the time I was severely addicted to speed thrills. I tested 205 and 215 at Tremblant, but the 205 had a speed limit I could reach and the 215 was too much work for me in moguls. Still enjoy taking the 208s out once in a while. These skis are non-functional at normal speeds.
2. 165 cm Fischer WC SC - got these a few years back, when I finally admitted that I was stuck on slow hills and these would be more useful. Still love 'em for short turns.
3. 190 cm Machete G - bought because it had a longer turn radius which was more suitable to the speeds I enjoy, and was on sale. With a 1-2 tune it didn't have the same ice grip as the WC SCs, and being stainless steel there is no using a sidewall planer on 'em, but it is a great deep snow ski. I'm skiing it more and more and really like it even if it's not quite a race ski gripper on ice, it works fine everywhere else (just not a sl ski).
4. 188 cm Volkl P50F1 - thought it might be a gs ski with ice grip, and flexible enough to bend into a SL turn, thus eliminating the need for both a SL and a GS ski. I could retune it for ice grip, but I've decided to keep the stock tune and explore other turn types instead. Flexibility is both a joy and a curse. Hit a bump while trying to carve a SL turn with it at a gs speed and it might fold up on you, but other than that it's great fun.