After reading your description:
I don't have the flexibility to hit up the good powder days, so I am mostly skiing in tracked up powder, packed powder and western hardpack conditions. I would maybe do a handful of sidecountry/backcountry days a year with this type of setup.
I would say the RP112 might be a good choice. I have a pair of Hybrid RP112s, and they are really fun and easy in the tracked-up powder and packed powder. They will have no problem with :"western hardpack" ( I'm in Vermont, so my idea of hardpack is much different than the western folks ), but like Beyond says, the DPS RP112 is not a hardpack race carver, but it sounds like you want to mostly hit the softer and cut-up materials. I don't think you would regret the RP112, and if, for some reason, you didn't like them, you could sell them again in a blink of an eye. They are an in-demand item. I love mine to what is probably an unhealthy degree (you will find pictures of people sleeping with their DPS skis in bed in uncountable website forums and photo posts for a reason....try them and you might find out why...). There are lots of other options out there, but if you find a pair of DPS RP112s gently used, you will find lots of days to like 'em.