As much as I like MX88 I feel that without rocker it is not as versatile in soft snow and subjectively that matters to me more. It's the most hard snow capable of the three and if I lived in east coast, that would be my number one ski choice. The Bonafide was an easy choice because it fits mixed soft snow to the T while still giving me plenty of hard snow performance. It also good enough when the rope drops, not nearly the ease of a true powder ski, but good enough). It has been my daily driver, and will remain for this season.
The SR95 is the most neutral of the three and being supremely confident in both hard and soft snow is probably my favorite ski for the moment, but i don't own it. A lot of it is due to the price point (The Bonafide is literally half price of SR95 and delivers at least 90 % of performance). I'd still may go for the Stockli if I come across a decent deal, but so far my second pair of 187 Bonafides is anchoring my quiver.
Edited by alexzn - 11/29/14 at 10:42am