I'm not sure what to call the Rossi Temptation 88's tail, but although it's a great stiff-ish hard snow ski with a 14 meter turning radius with an early rise tip and a flared, slightly rounded, but low-rise tail. I myself am not one for spinning in the air, so I have not idea how that will work. Still, it's a great ski and I strongly recommend demoing it in case you love it.
The 2015 Aura is going all-rocker, among other changes, so try to demo a 2013 or 2014 Aura, which still has some camber and performs nicely on firm snow. The last time I demoed them I was in the market for my first skis in a Big Snow year, and bought something a little more suited for my skills in those conditions, but my memory is that the Auras were very similar--nice on firm snow and very stable and happy in everything else. It's a fun, stable and versatile ski with a slight hard snow bias. Rocker will give next years' version a soft snow bias, so if you like this year's you might need to snap them up before people realize how different the new Auras are.
Kenjas are a blast. You need to try them. Everyone should. They're muscular Volkl skis and are too much for some, but between my weight and assertiveness I can make them obey just fine, so you'd probably think they're a hoot. Maybe too stiff for your needs, but I've been surprised by some of the women who've fallen for them.
I never intended to own more than one ski, but now I have three in the house because I keep finding things that make me happy and then stumble on them at a low price. And that's not the end of it. My all-rounder skis were always too short and aren't made anymore, so I'm starting to hunt for another pair of mid-fat cambered party girls to snag on clearance over the summer...