I just recently upgraded my old busted skis (~ 13 yrs, 64 waist) with a set of hart F17s. Love them in the bumps but was surprised how different they skied the rest compared to my old skis with almost the same dimensions. Decided I would get something fun to compliment them and got a great deal on some '09 Dynastar TMs (81 waist). I haven't had them out yet but plan on doing some teaching, trees, and just general cruising around when I'm at places without decent bumps. The other ski that caught my eye was the Surface Save/Watch Life that my shop has. They're 100 in the middle and next to my harts, they looked like water-skis. The guy helping me was trying to convince me that 100 would not be too wide for the above mentioned activities. He said there would certainly be a learning curve, but hinted that I would see that even just going from the 64 to 81.
I ended up getting the TMs and will test them out shortly (1 here in Ontario then a week in Alberta). If there is enough snow to warrant it I will try out some 100s there, but just curious on your general thoughts regarding a 100 EC everyday ski.