The stats: 33 years old, 6'4", 205-210 pounds, athletic, and am an aggressive skier. I've been skiing since I was 4-years old, so I'm advanced and have no issue skiing down the vast majority of any mountain out west (just got back from Alta and skied everything off the High Traverse confidently). I reside in Minnesota and will use these skis predominately on our frozen mole hills here.
The situation: I'm looking for a frontside carver. It's strictly on groomer zoomer duties on hard, often times icy, snow. I have other skis for other situations so versatility isn't important to me. I might use it to dabble in beer leagues though I'm not sure if I'll be able to work that with my schedule. I mainly want it because I'm getting bored to death here in the Midwest and figure I need to take advantage of a bad situation and get onto my high angulation carving game.
Right now, due to price and availability factors, I'm debating between either '13-14 Fischer Progessor 950 in 180cm or the '13-14 Fischer RC4 Superior Pro in 180cm. I've skied Fischer skis before and I've really liked their edge grip, so while I unfortunately haven't been able to demo either of these, I'm confident that they would both suit my needs quite well. Reviews seem a little scarce on both of these models but what I've read is very positive. The Progressors are lightly used and about $150 cheaper, and the Superior Pros are brand new. I've looked into Heads, Blizzards, Nordicas, etc. but right now none of the ones I could see myself liking are available for the price these two are.
Which of these two skis do you think would serve my purposes better? Thanks.