Where do you ski? How do you ski? Do you go off-piste at the resort, or only leave groomers when you're in the BC?
I own Bones, and I wouldn't want anything narrower. But I would like to add a ski in the 112mm to 122mm range for something really playful in the really deep and tight.
The advice you get will depend on your answers to the questions above-- and the mentality/style of those responding (like me).
I ski in the Tyrol, where the groomers are groomed to death. Bumps? Hahaha. Try to find them. But the off-piste is extensive, and variable-- crust, deep powder, wind-blown, cliffs, poorly/not marked, poorly/not controlled.
My experience is that the Bones (for someone light like me) are boring at low speed on groomers (though terrific at all speeds off piste), but come to life at speed even on groomers. I ski almost totally off piste if I can, but I had some incredible runs down long, steep, fast groomers last season on them.
I like the Bones for when I have to be on groomers because I get bored on groomers making lots of small radius slow turns... I prefer to move if I can't be off piste. So they match my style in that regard. They'd be totally fine for me on the EC (where I grew up) because of this, but may not be suitable to other EC skiers with a different style. Likewise, they'd work great for me on the WC (where I used to live). And they're wonderful here in Europe since they can handle just about all conditions.