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Anyone skiing the Fischeur Addict or Addict Pro as an all-mountain ski?

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Currently have Fischer Progressor 8+ and Head IM78 as my east coast quiver.  Also have a wide ski for out west.  Like the IM78 but feel like it's pretty close in performance to the Progressor 8+ which I really love.  The IM78 is really a hard snow ski like the progressor and isn't going to perform that much better in what soft snow we get around here.

I'm considering getting a ski that's a bit wider twintip for more versatility.  Probably something in the mid 80's that I could also use out west when it hasn't snowed in a while.  Owned the PE and liked it, but it was heavy and even the 179 was a bit short.

Lot's of great deals on the Fischer Addict and Addict Pro right now.  Love the Fischer "feel" and they are the right width.

Anyone skiing either of these as an all-mountain ski?  I know they are symmetrical twins, but I would mount the bindings back from center for my purposes.

Opinions?  Other ski choices?

I'm 6' and 185lbs.  Level 7+.

Thanks,

Mike

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Nobody has any suggestions for a light lively twintip for soft days here in the east?  Something around 85 in the waist?

Mike
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I skied the addict pro last year in the east and they performed great. Its a great all around ski. It will perform great in park and just ridding around.

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