Salomon Equipe 10 3V. I'd say that it is nearly the most versitile slalom ski on the market these days. It doesnt have as much shape as other slalom skis on the market, therefore is able to free ski much better than a ski with a huge tip and tail. I skied the 3V for racing last year and my younger brother took them this year and is skiing them for free skiing. I had the 160 length, but this season they have introduced a 155, which you might try in order to get a slightly tighter radius than 13m. my guess is that you wont lose any stability between the two lengths, just quickness will be gained with the 155. Also make sure you get the poweraxe sl plate to dampen the ski. Its a great plate and i currently have two pairs, one on each of my Elan SLX's.