OP: Josh is a reliable - if strongly opinionated - source about all things Stowe. But you need to tell us a few things. Your size, previous skiing, any skis you own now, rough estimate of what you're good at and what you're not. Then he, and the rest of us, can offer some reasonable advice. Or more accurately, we'll tell you that you should ski what we ski, cuz it rocks everywhere. This is called reducing cognitive dissonance.
That said, I kinda agree with him. If you're advanced and up, the fun stuff at Stowe is mostly off in the woods. Or out of bounds, or both. Unless you live for bumps. And totally agree that a 100-ish twin with a touch of rocker is a perfect tree ski for NE in general.
OTOH, the ski he's describing is the Blizzard One. He'll ski his until the topsheets are showing through the bases. But it hasn't been made in what, three years now - I may have the last unmounted new pair in existence - although you can find the female version (Crush, same ski, slightly different topsheet) here and there in 177 cm, which would be your ski if you're under say 180, and can live with pink and blue tartan topsheets. Cheap, too. Think Skis.com has some.
Not sure about other twins that would match the One for that particular mission. There are some rockered skis that would come decently close. The Blizzard Kabookie, Salomon R2 92 from last year or Q98 from this year, Fischer Big Stix 98 from either year, and Prophet 98 all would work.
If you're a bigger more aggressive skier, the Blizzard Bonafide would work, but tight trees are not its natural habitat. If you will only come out from your job for fresh soft snow, then something like the Rossi Soul 7 or Salomon Q 105 might be the ticket.
But let's say you're an intermediate who needs to learn some basic stuff about carving and bumps, and the tree thing is more a target off in the future. Then forget all of the above, find a pair of high 70 to middle 80 mm all-mountains (there are many good ones), and figure on a second ski in a year or two. Invest in lessons.
In fact, invest in lessons no matter what. Lessons and boots, if yours are older and/or super stiff.