You might try amazon. I just bought a new pair of Fischer world cup sl skis there for what ebay used skis where going for.
Early in the year I was able to try out Technic, Elan, Solomon, Blizzard, Head and both the Fischer sc and sl ski. All of the skis I tried where slalom skis. I was a die hard Volkl fan till I started trying out some of the demo skis. The ski I was on before was a 2009 Volkl SC in a 168 length 15.5 side cut. It was a decent ski that helped me reduce my nastar times by quite a bit but was never lively. The ski had no pop what so ever but was good in both slalom and giant slalom courses. Last year I went to a full on giant slalom 178 fis ski and really liked it for the longer turns and the energy. Still something was missing though I enjoy slalom corners and would always ski my gs skis like they were in a slalom course. So flash forward this year I got to demo at least 7 major brands. For me nothing turns like a Fischer, it doesn't matter if it is the sc or sl ski. They both turn very crisp and do not feel like they wash in the tails. I did enjoy the blizzard 770ti but did not get to try a slalom ski in that brand. The reason I enjoyed the blizzard was that it had enough energy to send me into the air if I jammed into them. So it was a toss up between the Fischer SC and the Blizzard which didn't carve as well. Personally I wanted a ski with some energy. Then I was then able to demo a pair of 2013 Fischer world cup slalom skis. They turn the same in my opinion as the sc, but with a ton of energy out of every corner. I don't know that I personally could handle them everyday. A few runs yes but they require a lot to stay on top of them. After three lively runs and some instructing that day I could barely walk. I would consider myself in decent shape and could probably press over 300 lbs. These skis are a lot to manage but are so fun. I ordered a pair this week myself and thought I would let you know my process of deciding. If you decide to get the sc they will turn just the same but not have the energy. I have found a full package deal new on amazon for the sc around $480. Of course you could always go with the world cup medium flex as well. Any of those seem like great choices but after skiing the rest my choices would be fischer wc sl stiff, fischer wc sl medium, fischer slalom or older sc model. Then after that maybe head, or blizzard. I would like to try a Volkl Slalom ski but it was not available.
Personal thought though is that any slalom ski is going to be amazing over all. They are so much better than any cheater ski or other side cut. The brands are all very close in nature. The Fischer only stands out because of the energy and the way it feels in a carve. It could be the combination of my boot and this ski. A different boot, different person might find a different ski to be better. The best way to decide is a demo day at your local ski area.