Second the Volkl RTM 81. Carves frontside and pops in bumps, nice there. Versatile. no slippery feeling, to me, from no camber: stable and poppy instead. Has a dedicated slarve also. Forgiving. (Less "carvy" than the Experience 98 or the Crimson Ti.)
Also the Atomic Crimson Ti 88. More of a carve than neutral gs, or slarve, types of turns, but really fun on edge frontside at any speed, and versatile. You can really work the ski, almost like a dance carving. Does best when you aim your body where your skis are going (anticipation).
(For reference, the Nordica Hell and Back, and Steadfasts, IMHO, have a more gs neutral on edge turn feel to them, less carvy maybe.)
I own the Crimson, and the Experience 98, which also has a really good, fast carve on the frontside. Heavier guys can work it in bumps. I use the Crimson more, frontside included (88 over 98, in this case): but the Exp 98 does slightly best in slush and in crud. All three great skis.
Another possibility would be the more expense skis, the Stocklis and Kastles. Both have amazing, characteristic feel to them; if you can demo, please do.
I have an old pair of Stockli XXL 80 skis ('08-'10?) that are my favorite frontside skis: they are more gs edge neutral, a bit like the Nordicas can be; but more damp, forgiving, powerful and--wow.
As long as you have a soft snow, wider ski also, which you do, you're fine with these.
On corduroy, one could keep up with the racers on any of these skis. Or just play around. Enjoy.
Edited by ski otter - 9/30/14 at 1:00pm