Here's a list:
Blizzard Bonafide 180
Blizzard Cochise 185
Volkl Mantra 184
Armada TST 192
Rossi 2012/2013 Super 7 188
Rossi Experience 98 180ish
Dynastar Cham 97 184....
And one other.
So, the Bonafide is phenomenal, like two rocket ships on your feet. I would've preferred the size up but these things are awesome. They hold an edge and rock over and through everything at an insane speed. Not the most forgiving ski I've ever been on, but that made me need to step my game up.
The Mantra was similar to the Bonafide, I like the Bonafide a tad more, however.
I'm not even going to review the Cochise because i think the ski they rented me was so beat up that it wouldnt hold an edge, plus it was an icy and shitty snow day. The TST was way too long and I'm going to skip over this ski as well.
The Rossi Experience was a ski. Just average to me.
The Dynastar Cham was pretty sweet, forgiving but stiff on the back side. Plowed through the shittiest crude with no problem and held a sharp edge.
The 2012/2013 Rossi Super s7 was awesome. Held surprisingly well on groomers and was great off piste .......... But, wait, then I got to try something few have seen..... The 2013/2014 Super 7 188. I can't even begin to explain how amazing this ski was. It skied groomers like an all mountain ski, cruised through the shittiest snow on the shittiest day when off piste, and left me walking into the mountain store saying, WOW. I tried this yesterday and drove home from a horrible snow day with a huge smile on my face. The differences are in the lighter nature of the ski... I think they switched out steel inlay for carbon fiber. They also flattened the tail out, which could cause a problem on the old ski because of hooking.
All in all, this coming year's Rossi collection should win all awards.... The Bonafide is the only ski I liked close to as much. I'd be interested in demoing them side by side. Although, with the super 7 performing so well everywhere across the board, I'd be inclined to just call it a day and swoop a pair.