Edmund, I'm a little confused what you are looking for in a second ski. The 4-Star (112-67-97) at 161 is capable of taking you to the next level, and its not clear what terrain, conditions or purpose the second pair of skis is intended for.
At your stage of skiing development, it might be counter-productive to have multiple pairs of skis, each with its nuances of control, weight distribution and flex. The money might be better spent on developing higher skill levels so that more diverse equipment has some real meaning. The EpicSki Acadamy camps
or weekend would do much more for you than a second pair of skis. Anyway, if you can define your intentions, conditions and objectives for this second pair of skis, we will continue to try to help.
Keep in mind, when you start new threads on the same topic we tend to lose the information you posted earlier. We were not ignoring your previous thread, you just were not giving us the kind of information that would let us help. Skis are an individual decision. We can't recommend THE SKI that is right for you, especially if we don't know how your are going to use it, and what you are expecting that ski to do for you. The B2w is a fine ski for a lightweight skier looking to use it on groomed slopes at up to moderate speed, but it may not be what you want next year, if your skills are more developed. As far as using womens skis...you are nearly 6-feet tall. Although you are lightweight, I presume you have a mans strength. Very strong women seem to prefer the unisex or mens skis. I don't know many men with advanced skills that benefit from using a womans ski.