The shop people I know personally pretty much all consider the Hell Bent (and similarly the EP Pro) and the Czar to be rather versatile skis. Most of these people plan to ski these, or similar, skis as their everyday "go to" skis this year. In a similar vein, the Realskiers review of the Czar is the review people I know would maybe give to the Rocker. While obviously not aimed squarely at the groomer carving market, and while not the skis for everyone, skis like Hell Bents, Czars and others have much broader applicability than you'd believe from the Realskiers site which wants to shove them into some sort of extreme powder niche.
In short, IMO the Realskier reviews omit important recreational skis and mischaracterize a number of skis simply because they do not fall into the style of ski beloved by a particular school of instruction. And they cynically characterize the trend toward fatter skis as a essentially a greedy industry bait and switch which cripples students. Meh...
I can see where the Realskiers guys are coming from (if you are talking about a 1-ski quiver and don't live near a mountain, meaning that you may only ski 15 days a year and not have the luxury of cherry-picking new snow days). If I were that person, I would probably get a midfat as well. But, when you are reviewing for people who are skiing 2 or more pairs, or are lucky enough to have a flexible job and live near a place where it snows often, the wide ski reviews would be appreciated as well.