I'm thinking of replacing our Volkl All-Stars but I'm a bit confused by the new Volkl lineup. I'm looking for primarily an eastern on-piste carving ski that can ski fast, hard, tight turns on groomed snow and handle ice, something a bit more forgiving that a race ski but still fairly aggressive. Some versatility is good for hard bumps and mixed conditions, but I also have the Mantras for my all-mountain ski (love them), getting off-piste or handling powder, mixed, soft bumps, etc. The All-Stars have been great for me.
It looks like the RTMs are the replacement for the AC-50's, which I think are a bit wider and more all-mountainy that I'm looking for. Is "The Code PSI" a good replacement for me? I can hardly find any reviews at all on The Code, and everything I've read about the RTM's makes me question whether it's going to quick enough or will carve well enough. I've also heard mixed things about the "rocker" designs that Volkl's gone with in both skis. Should I look beyond Volkl?