Right now operating with a quiver of one, Blizzard Magnum 8.1s. 60% of the time I couldn't be happier with this. But 20% of the time, though, it's brutal hardpack and ice, the woods are barren and I wish I had something a bit narrower and more dedicated to that. Another 20% of the time, it's deep as hell and I wish I had something wider and softer for that too, which would also be more functional out West for those rare occasions and in the spring corn/soft snow.
Figure for a powder/soft nsow ski, something around 100mm under foot that's a little softer (still live in New England after all, super fat ultra soft ski would be mostly wasted here). Bonafides or Kabookies? Mantras? Ross Experience 98? Open to all suggestions!
For an ice carver...something around 70mm. Honestly have no skis in mind, I don't see much coverage of skis under 80mm these days!