again, i think it's a "to each their own" thing.
SJ mentioned in another post that he didn't really ever have the urge to try something like the Spatula (reverse camber, 125mm at the waist).
Me, after 4 days on 'em I wonder what took me so long to discover them. i had the best powder/post powder/post-post powder/post-post-post powder experience ever on those skis.
i also know that they are limited in their range and I'll be lucky if I get 5 days out of them each season.
that said, i noticed marked improvement in my skiing this past weekend when i went back to "normal" (94mm and 82mm) skis. I was turning a lot quicker, not pre-judging/second guessing turns, and overall felt that 4 days of pivoting on Spats has upped my game a spell.
the ski fits the need, etc. some folks love fat skis all the time. others don't.
i would suggest demoing a few skis in different widths to see where you fall. you may find that a mid '80s ski fits your needs. you may find that a mid-90s ski fits your needs.
bottomline, to each their own and you'll never know until you go.
that said, i see a LOT of Goats and Seths on the mountains. either these people have bought into the hype or they're really great skis (I wouldn't know as I buy into totally different hype and have never skied either one).