I'm looking for suggestions on what to demo/seek out for a ski for New England glades. I ski primarily at Sunday River. 6'4, 220 lbs. Current quiver is Kastle FX84s in 184 (my do-it-all ski), Rossignol FIS slalom in 165 (my fun-when-it's-rock-hard/Nashoba beer league ski) and some older Rossignol women's FIS GS in 180-something (my rip on groomers early in the morning, or run a few gates ski). Boots are Atomic Burner 130s.
The FX84 makes a great one-ski-quiver, all-mountain New England ski, but as I'm tending more and more toward the woods (especially this winter, since mid-January) I find it has a very grabby tail, and it makes it hard to pivot to make a quick turn. It also skis pretty long for the tight trees I sometimes end up in.
I don't have a lot of experience skiing "play" skis. Much of my demoing in the past was to find a good all-mountain east-coast ski (the FX84s). I've skied a friend's older Rossignol S3's in 178 in a couple of tree runs, and they were a super playful ski. I had a lot of fun with them. Alas, they're discontinued, and I've been told the Sin7 (what I gather the S3 evolved into) has a different tail profile, so I'd want to try before I buy. I also did a quick run on this year's Fisher Ranger 88's and played on the edges of a groomed run, but they were borrowed and nearly-new, so no woods. Didn't get to ski them enough to get a good feel about them one way or the other.
Any other recommendations for a good east coast play ski? I'm not worried about edge hold on ice (what most east coast ski threads focus on)... all 3 of my other skis are good for that. And I don't necessarily need a dedicated "powder" ski. A little float is nice, but I ski on the east coast... by mid-day on a weekend dump everything's tracked out anyway.
I just need something to play in the woods and the east coast bumps.