167 st, 176 lt. I chose 176 for the LT because it gets used for beer league racing. Perfect radius for our setup. I would've considered longer if I was going to use it for groomer bombing. Not sure where you ski, but speed is limited by the number of people, which limits my time on a gs ski.
The ST is a workout, and it is in no way slow or squirrely. It absolutely rips, but has also led to some of my most spectacular crashes last season. It all happens in an instant with those things. Good to know I can take multiple hits at age 49 :) The LT is more relaxing, only because you have more time between turns. I was actually shocked at how tight of a radius can be carved on the LTs, I think because of the softness in the tail. It felt as if it could have carved as sharply as the ST, until I got back on the ST. Ya, I love both skis.
I am with Utahsaint, I'm not sure either is going to be weapon of choice if I was planning to venture much into moguls and other non-groomed conditions. I ski on a pair of Kendos as well. I would call it a slightly softer, wider gs ski. Of all the different widths and stiffnesses I have tried, I have yet to be on a pair of sticks that do so much so well. I am sure there are other skis like the Kendo out there. It would be worth checking them out. We were skiing in snow all day yesterday (ended up with almost a foot). It was not the lightest snow and it was ice/frozen hardpack underneath. So we ended up with nice bumps and solid surface in between. The Kendo was stupid fun. Plenty of width to handle the snow, soft enough to ski the bumps and feel nimble, yet stiff enough to deal with the ice. I had the best of skiing this season. Many other people bitched about the conditions, I had a ball. With all that said, if the trails are all groomed out..............I'm on one of my Heros.
Good luck in your search for skis, it is half the fun.