I just spent 2 days on demo's at Big White in BC, the ski that kept floating to the top for both my buddy and myself is the Fisher RX8, 116/66/98 comes with their rail binding We tried 175 and 170, 170 came out the winner Im 5-8 185 he is 5-10 200 VERY easy to turn in the bumps, just a little movement of the knee and you will have a turn. We went through every ski they had with a narrow waist and this was the most comfortable ski for both of us. Very light weight as well, made it a LOT easier to turn even at the end of the day, groomed, very fast, holds a edge as fast as you might want to go, skied it the last day all day in all conditions, groomed, bumps and knee deep fluff. Now, my advice, drop $40 at a resort and try every ski they have, the difference will amaze you, just find one that wil you feel most comfortable on for YOUR type of skiing. I went their looking real hard at the iMonster 72 by Head, never have skied a Fischer before, for me at the end of 3 1/2 days 90+ runs and over 100,000 vert skied....... RX8, and as soon as I find a set, the Fischer AMC 73 7 mm wider waist and tail for a powder day
I just ordered 2 sets of the RX8,30 mins ago, $449 @ plus shipping.
Both of us are close to or over 50 with 30 + yrs skiing, very aggressive and like all terrain. 30-50 days a yr