That qualifier is huge. On the spectrum of directional chargers, the ski type of preference on Epic. What if what I want instead is a more playful ski that still has plenty of chops for "dicking around the resort" on typical days? Well, how about the still warm body of the Fischer Motive 95? No? Here's a Kastle FX HP 95. No? Over here a new and improved Bonafide. How's the budget? You might like the Stockli Stormrider. Or buy two sets of these Head Monster 88's for that cost, what a bargain and you don't need that extra width anyway.
What if I want quicker, less directional design focus? More fun in typical small powder days, a drifter with purpose. Willing to trade a bit of stability chops?
That's when I go cross reference with Blister.
Can you clarify? Every ski you've mentioned has been talked about a lot on Epic. Seems pretty much any ski one brings up will generate some thoughtful input... Some good, some misguided, but all with the best intentions.