I also own nothing but rock skis, and since I will never buy shaped skis, my replacement equipment just gets cheaper as the years go by.
What I'm on this year:
Rossignol ST Comps (180cm, homemade waxless pattern for short climbs, i.e. climb from cannon to mittersill without taking skis off) These are my shortest ski and I use them in three scenarios; spring bumps (when not skiing any groomers at all), steep trees and chutes less than 4' apart/wide, and for exploring off-piste where I've never been before (could be rocks, could be too tight for my 207's, etc...)
Saloman 9E Equipe 9000's (197cm and 207cm) great skis, I don't use the 197's much anymore now that I've gotten used to a properly sized ski (exactly 207cm for me at 5'9" tall), pretty much just for powder cause they're short and they float well, plus the edges are shot after banging over rocks and trees in the NH woods, which everybody knows are the tightest and steepest woods around. I always keep the 207's perfectly waxed and sharpened. I've grown accustomed enough to them now that I ski all but deep powder with them. They're especially great in the bumps, where I make a point to goad some jerk into mocking my equipment, and then show them all up by busting a zipperline and leaving the gaping hoards of short board users in my wake. [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img] They are of course also great for going fast. I picked up one deep gouge this year but I'm good with a P-Tex candle and the palm sander so they're as good as new.
Merite Integra SX (185cm) these are the household AT skis split between my dad and myself. The bindings are the kind that will take some hiking boots, so carrying them up to Tuckerman Ravine is a cinch and I can travel light (which means an extra 3 or 4 runs). I'll be using these a bunch on my quest to ski every one of the seventy-two 4,000' peaks in the white mountains (which has never been done). Many of those will be first descents, including some bushwhacking.
Rossingol 3G's (205cm) these are my dad's but I've been known to steal them from time to time when it's really icy. I mean REAL ICE, not scrapy grey stuff. I mean honest to god 30° skating rink blue ice, like after an ice storm. I those days with the right skis, things are nice and fast. [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]
Olin Mark I's (192cm) these are my mom's. she doesn't know I use em, but on midweek powder days when she's working, these are the best powder ski under our roof. With a 72mm waist they float like water skis. They're almost a mid fat and are the closest I will EVER get to a shaped ski.