I'm looking to add add a hard-charging carver to my quiver for fast turns on hard east coast snow. My current hard pack ski is Dynastar Outland 80 Pro 172cm, which is a decent all-rounder and copes with carving groomers, bumps, and occasional tree runs. I have Line Prophet 98s for deeper snow or crud.
Only problem with the Dynastars are that they get jittery at high speed, and I'm looking to get a more specialized carver for boilerplate days when I just want to hammer the mountain.
Have demoed a couple GS cheater skis (Dynastar Course Ti, Volkl Racetiger), and these are great at high speed, but only like to be driven fast. I tried the Volkl RTM84, which was a great carver and very stable at speed, so that's a candidate. I've also heard good things about the Kendo.
So my question is: what else should I be looking at? Is the RTM too wide at 84mm? Should I write off all the cheater GS skis, or are there others I should try?
Me: 6' 2" 200lbs
Terrain: Mainly east coast (Stowe) with one trip out west each year. Ski mostly groomers, some trees, some bumps
# Days: 35-40 days/year