Those are both good skis but not as high level as I want even at my age. Skied nothing but racing skis for decades and really like the wide range of high end, non-racing skis available today. The downside is there are a lot of them and it can be daunting to find the right ski for your skill level and where you ski. Demoing skis is always the best way if you can. I used to attend 3 day dealer demo events and once knew a lot more. Now I try to narrow it down with criteria, demo if possible (usually not) and then take a chance. No disappointments lately.
I push a ski pretty hard and use the Powertrack 89 predecessor, Outland 87, for soft snow and a new pair of Head Rallys for groomed and hard pack. Mostly skied my new Heads since I encountered no powder this year and lots of hard snow. Just the luck of the draw.