Of the 4 skis you've mentioned, I've tried all but the Bonafide. What I liked in order of preference were;
1- Atomic Access (Pretty fun, nimble forgiving ski - also great bang for the buck!)
2- Line Prophet 98 (A little stiffer, more stable ski...still fun, tho)
3- Rossignol S3 (I didn't care for this one, but I had it on a really firm day, which likely colored my opinion)
I ended up getting one that topped them all, though.
The 4FRNT Cody is a directional twin-tip, semi-cap ski that is 100 underfoot in 179. (102 in the next longer and 98 in the next shorter lengths) It's a lighter "feeling" ski that is super nimble, playful, and quick. It's great in fresh and cut-up powder, trees, and other tight spots.
I'm 5'10 & 175lbs, advanced (High 7/Low 8) skier, and if I hadn't found the Cody (or 2nd choice, the Turbo), I would've likely gone with the Atomic Access.
Have fun choosing!