Thanks for all of the feedback. To clarify, I'm looking for a ski that still allows me to hold a tight, fast zipperline but that has better all-mountain versatility (particularly trees and chutes) than a specialty mogul ski. It sounds like some of the conflicting opinions may relate to style of mogul skiing and I can say my personal style leans way toward aggressive and away from finesse. I can appreciate the perspective that smooth/round turns favor efficiency. But that's not how I ski. I like muscling through turns and I am sucking wind when I get to the bottom of a bump run, especially early season.
Because of my skiing style, I favor the energy and snap of traditional camber and have my apprehensions about going with any sort of rocker or rise. But I am intrigued by the suggestions for the Blizzard 8.5 and the Head 90/Peak 84 and realize my apprehension may be a matter of naivety. I'm thoroughly confused about the back and forth on the MX88. It sounds like a great ski - if its strength is not in moguls, where is it?
After having read the many useful opinions out there from people who have test experience way beyond me (The only ski over 90 underfoot that I have even been on was a K2 Pontoon at Silverton; the water ski feel was interesting but I felt like I wasted the one run I took on them before switching out because I couldn't crank turns), I guess my question now is what's the best ski for my style? Sorry if I wasn't very clear initially.