Some thoughts from a non-expert but educated consumer regarding the Fisher Watea 84.
I believe you will find the Watea 84 gets solid, positive reviews as an all-around ski, and is enjoyed by those who ski it. It is several model years old and should be available at some very good pricing. There will not be a lot of "buzz" in the Epic community about an older 84 waist ski.
The one aspect I would caution you about is that the Watea series from Fisher is considered to have a soft snow bias as opposed to a hard snow bias. Fisher makes several skis better suited as eastern hard snow carvers. It would be better for a western skier than an eastern skier. such as yourself when in Vt or NH. That is not stating it's a bad ski for the east, but, if you have a one ski quiver, there may better choices. You can choose to accept some performance issues on harder snow knowing that the east does have softer days, especially in late season, where the Watea 84 would be more in it's element. Again, not knockin the Watea 84, just trying to add to your knowledge base prior to buying.
You can get a ton of info in this gear forum just by paging own and looking at threads regarding carving skis.