Respectfully, I could not disagree more with Harry Dunn comments regarding the B2. I ski Colorado Summit area using last season to test out a number of brands including Rossi lineup of B2, B3 and B-Squad. I stand at 6'3 and 190 lbs very aggressive all conditions front/back. Now while the B3 is my '07 season ski, I will say the B2 at 182 (116-78-105 Radius 18.2) performed well in all A-Basin conditions and did not come off short or have an identity crisis. It is damp and needs to be driven even at your size--more push--more response. Reminded me of a Lexus with very quiet mufflers, quiet to power, and once there you are surprised at how fast and locked down you are in various conditions. For front side edge grip, bump, pack, tree & bowl with chop/crud, no problems for me, had alotof fun.
Of course you will find skis which excel in a particular discipline. It’s always a balancing act. But for those who only can afford one set-up, the B2 does a great job ultimately doing what a ski should do; put a grin on your face while you have some fun with buds all over the mountain. The Hurricane I have not skied on. I don’t think it is sold flat (uses the Z binding system) and I believe it maxes out at 180cm with a 87mm waist and some float with a larger turn radius. Not sure how it will stand over in harder conditions. Hope others will comment.
See a posted thread (B2 or 8000) and you’ll find some additional comments regarding the B2.