Yes, since he specifically asked for a frontside ski. I know we all love to tell OP's that what they think they want is not what they really want - it's Epic's major reason for existence - but this post is fairly blatant about wanting a narrow carving ski, only issue seems to be the radius and whether a WC or not.
That said, I will disagree with Scots Skier - - because while I'm a big fan of FIS SL's, they are not, repeat not, as enjoyable in bumps or other common irregularities of frontside life as are hybrids. Why? Because of the flex pattern, which is designed to motor on through ruts and rubble on a course at decent speed (keep in mind that modern slaloms have a surprisingly high average speed). So the front end (and rear, for other reasons) is stiffer than a non FIS design. Result: if you face bumps, like most humans on black groomers, you get to wiggle through the troughs and try hard not to hook up (which ironically what a FIS SL is born to do). If you just like to tear down firm smooth steeps, carry on with your SL. Or a GS, for that matter, if it's open and unpopulated where OP skis.
Now, before everyone gets het up. I am not arguing that you can't ski bumps on a FIS SL. Nor am I arguing that the average mortal cannot handle a FIS SL. They can. Please save me the 17 posts on how real men who know how to ski love to rock bumps in their babblesnort FIS SL's.
What it does mean is that a FIS SL is not the best tool out there for most real black and up runs, since they do tend to get bumps, guys. Not to mention piles of crud and sugar punctuated by patches of scraped off. So the "technically proficient" OP needs to stop and reflect on what he plans to use his frontside skis for. And where, since he doesn't mention that.