ramw5p, if you are tight on money the worst thing you can do is buy the wrong skis.
Not sure if I feel qualified to give advice like many here, but I can say that I would stay away from anything 200 cm long especially at your level of skiing. You will find that newer, shorter skis will serve you much better. From what I found googling it looks like it's pretty fat too (82mm??) which would be fine for skiing mostly powder, but you ski mostly groomed. I would think you would want to stick with newer skis, say last 3 or 4 years, which are much easier to learn to ski with and advance than older or longer skis.
Depending on your size typical length would probably be in the 160 to 175 cm range. Width wise, you might be looking at something maybe 68-75 mm in the waist of the ski. I think the Solomon you are looking at are too long and too wide for what you want, and I would suggest taking a pass on it.
You really might want to consider reading, talking with others, and educating yourself before you buy. Or find a friend that really knows skis and ask for help.
If you haven't already been educating yourself here's some info you might find helpful:http://winterextreme.com/SkiTips.pdf
This one has some good info, and some useless info, but it also has "skier level" . . . you might want to figure out what "level" you are and add that to your post:http://www.skiseeker.biz/main.cfm?p=...2&ContenuID=24
A lot of what goes into selecting an appropriate ski for you is where you ski and your size, information that you left out; you may want to edit your original post and add that information, along with skier level and age.