Just a quick note on the Elan Spectrum 95 ALU:
They are fantastic skis for carving through crud at unreasonable speeds. Totally stable, probably thanks to the Amphibio rocker design, which really does seem to work. They are also some of the best and most responsive carvers on hard pack at this width. These are beefy, heavy, solid skis. Elan's PR claims they are supposed to be light. Trust me, they aren't.
They do require very specific and accurately timed input from the skier, particularly in tighter situations and bumps, and they respond well to a good deal of forward pressure. In general, they just want to run, and you need to be ready to pull back on the leash.
In dicey snow conditions, I don't know if there's any other ski I would pick over these right now, but for someone looking for a one-ski quiver, or if you already have a good pair of carvers and don't need your all-mountain ski to be great at that, just be aware that as rewarding as they Spectrums can be, they are a bit elephantine in tight moguls and trees.