Looking for some feedback on these 3 skis, or any other suggestions you may have. I'm in the market for an energetic carving ski for mostly dry West coast conditions. They likely won't be seeing much ice (though some) and will primarily be seeing groomers, firm snow and light dustings.
Waist can be anywhere between 70 and 90, but most importantly, I want a ski that carves up a storm while having a fun (yet deliberate) energetic snappiness to them. Nothing that flings you so hard out of turns you end up airborne with your stomach in your mouth hurdling into a cluster of trees, but I'm not a fan of how damp some skis out there have become, so much so that you don't get much feedback (Kastle MX & Blizzard Cochise come to mind). Turning radius is less important to me - I'd consider any radius between slalom and gs. More importantly is that they hold a killer edge. Presumably all 3 of these skis do.
About me: 5"11. 160lbs. Aggressive expert. Ski will fit the skinny slot in a 3-ski quiver. Other 2 skis are a pre-rocker Volkl Gotama (106 in the waist but skis more like a 98) and a soon-to-be Moment Bibby Pro (116 in the waste).