My current skis are the 186 Lhasa Pow (112mm) and the 185 Praxis Powderboards (136mm reverse/reverse). I'll be living in Grenoble next year, so I'll be leaving my Praxis at home and looking to get a 90-100mm underfoot ski for everyday skiing. I'm 5'11, 140lbs but tend to like stiffer skis. Still, I don't want something that'll be a lot of work to ski.
I'm mostly looking for something that will have excellent edge hold in exposed, icy areas and do well at speed through crud. However, since they'll be my everyday skis, the ability to handle groomers and bumps without killing me is also important.
I've spent the last few years learning everything there is to know about fat skis, but I'm kind of clueless about anything under 100mm.