If you are talking about the Autos 117, they will work well, but optimally more as a soft snow ski than a daily driver, though they could do this if you really like wide skis. They do kill groomers. It's just that on more skied off days you'd probably use your Chams.
At your height and weight, though, this ski is best long: probably the longest available, the 19x. At ~150 lbs & 5'10", for me the 186 works best, but the 19x would work too.
Also, mounting point is critical, and changes the ski amazingly. You'd usually want to mount it forward, preferably with an adjustable binding you plan to move routinely and in small, consistent increments (Marker Schizo, Marker demo binding - both of which have metal screw slots that adjust easily).
This is because this super powder ski was designed to include also big mountain and all mountain, with several mounting position sweet spots for different uses/size skiers. At 0, the 186 for me does hero "big turn" charging through soft bumps, variable and chop; at ~+1.5 to +2, it turns faster, tighter, carving or smearing through pow, groomers, bumps and variable. There are a bit better variable/rough skis, but if you can adjust the binding forward and back, you can find a variable snow sweet spot right for you, probably - if the ski is long enough. Then possibly switch position for other conditions and styles of riding (from surf turns [~+2.5 to +3.5] to tight carve or smear turns to bigger carve or smear turns). This ski also handles both slow and speed.
Edited by ski otter - 7/12/16 at 11:36am