I'd still like to get a wider ski with a slight rocker /tip rise for when I can catch some fresh snow. I think a little more float would make maneuvering tight and steep spots in fresh snow a lot easier.
The thing is, I also need an AT setup. Some friends of mine do laps several days a week at our local ski hill (which is ten minutes away) after they close for the season. So this will a way to extend the season and get a few backcountry day trips a year in too. Since I plan to tour a fair amount I want to keep things reasonably light while still having good downhill performance. So I'm thinking of going with dynafit bindings and an overlap boot (radium, zzeus or factor). For skis, I am thinking of two options:
1) Buy a wide-ish AT ski for the dynafits, something like the K2 coomback. This would be light enough for touring (?), a decent all around ski, and my fat ski for deep resort skiing.
2) just mount the dynafits on the old b3's and get a third set of powder skis with alpine bindings.
Any thoughts? Cost should be about the same either way. I'd say I'm an aggressive skiier, and I ski all over the mountain at all sorts of speeds depending on who I'm with that day. Will the dynafits be too fiddly and soft for resort skiing a day or two after a big snow? Is a 100mm ski too wide to run laps with all the time? Sorry for the huge post. Thanks!