Great to see that you'll be hitting the snow again this season. I have tried to stay out of this post, but I fear you may be getting the wrong message from the forum here....... ACL tears are most often related to a mechanism of injury or repeated biomechanical stressers. Kinda like gs couses in PA/NJ: you build as much speed as you can up in a glide/tuck section, whale the 2 turn turns on the pitch, hop back into the most aero form you can to the finish....not increadibly technical skiing, but very tactical (I grew up racing para & still get back to coach/ski every few years). The course always comes down to 1-2 turns you have to wrench on.
At your current level of skiing, just about every company puts out a similar GS ski; 21-23 meter, similar flex patterns, 175-180ish, even binding combos are pretty limited these days. I would speak with your coach & if you still want more hit someone up like PJ @ racestocksports.com.
What I would do thou is while you have time NOW, get yourself to a good Physical Therpist & work out re-training those ski specific muscles that you will need to turn a ski properly. I would advise finding someone with a CSCS or SCS in their title as well (Cert. Strength & Conditioning Coach, Sports Cert. Specialist.) More than any other factor, muscle re-edu & propriocetion training are proving effect in the research. I was just at a seminar w/ the Killington Ski MDs last week where this was the focus: Athletes returning to skiing post injury. You're going to spend tons of hours & $$$ this season on gates/skis, take a little time now & work on issues you may have more control over. Only a professional working with you in person 1:1, can make appropriate suggestions and provide proper advise. Best of Luck!
full disclosure: by prof. I am a PT,CSCS