Hi Hank, I returned that PM you sent me, so check your my profile.
Rossignol Bandit XX is the first ski you should demo. Pretty good float, and its still very good around the rest of the mountain. If the XX isn't enough float for you, you need to start looking at fats. Lots of people are now skiing fats as all mountain skis. The new fats like Atomic 10.EX, Volkl G4, Rossi XXX are versatile enough to handle it. But its really only practical if you live in a high snow area. Since you're from Santa Fe, I think a "tweener" ski like the XX is the better bet.
Also, you seemed to be interested in Salomon before in your PM to me. I'm hearing about a next generation Salomon SuperMountain ski coming out next season. It'll have the same spaceframe construction as the PocketRocket. Hell, if you can find an old Salomon SuperMountain from last season (they stopped making it this year), thats a great "all mountain bias toward off piste" ski. Salomon realized they made a huge mistake in discontinuing it.
Some other ideas, if you want a twintip, the K2 Enemy is based off the old K2 Xplorer. If you get one of the longer lengths, the Enemy is good as an all mountain board.