jrud, my everyday ski this year has been the '12 Watea 84. I'm a 5'9", 165lbs advanced (certainly not expert) and ski the 176. I've had them in Colorado and Utah mostly this year and have really enjoyed them, plus they are a great value. They are similar in makeup to the 94 but went smaller in the waist as I found them more manageable for me in bumps. I doubt heavier folks would enjoy them as much, but being a lighter guy I've found them very light and energetic with great edge hold on everything but pure ice. So on anything but the hardest groomers, I've had a lot of fun laying them on edge and enjoying the ride. They are an absolute blast in bumps and trees, extremely quick and predictable. This is where I try to spend 60% of my time, so it may be why I've enjoyed them so much. I've had them in everything up to 10" of fresh powder and they performed really well for me, again I'm sure it helps being on the lighter side. The slight rocker they added this year has improved all-round performance a little, but probably not drastically over the previous models.
I know you are talking specifically about the 94, but just wanted to comment that like GrizzledVet and the 94, I found the 84 to be a very smooth, fun and capable all mountain ski. They may just become my 'old running shoe.'