The problem is it sounds like you are mostly skiing at the snow dome and you are asking for skis for off piste. Very few do it ALL well. The skis that you will enjoy in the snow dome are entirely different skis than those which will help you off piste.
Clearly you don't want reverse camber, but you may want early rise (although I'm not sold on them personally, but that's because I've been skiing standard camber for 40 years.) I think a moderate (these days that is high 90's) width under foot would be right.
But I really come back to the problem that what will make you a star in one environment is not the right ski for the other environment. Even mid-Atlantic areas where they are mostly skiing hard and fast groomers are going to have more inconsistent snow conditions than this snow dome, meaning at some point you might use the features of a powder or off piste-focussed ski. That can't be said for your situation. I really feel like you need TWO DIFFERENT SKIS.
AND, of course, FIRST YOU GET BOOTS before you worry about skis. Skis are secondary to a correctly-fitting boot.