Originally Posted by SailnSki
I would say 50/50 groomers Vs powder/crud. Very little 3D if any. I am in the East, and have Nordica Spitfire Pros as my Eastern everyday ski. The HR's will be for Eastern dumps and Western one quiver. I am a PSIA Level III and tend to ski aggressively.
OK....couple things. First, I consider Powder/Crud as 3-D snow even if you are only talking 6-12" or so. Having said that, 6-12" does not really require an especially wide ski so your range is correct. Second, you already have a superb packed snow ski so I wouldn't be overly critical on this second pair regarding groomer performance.
Between the two you mentioned, I'd suggest the Jet Fuel. We tend to classify that ski as a "wide carver" but for your level of skiing, it is probably as wide as you need. There are two versions of the JF. The Ti has two metal layers and tenacious edge grip but it does tend to grip pretty hard for moguls or when in mixed conditions such as 6" of chopped up, scraped off new snow over a hard base. The JF CA (formerly Afterburner) has Carbon instead of metal and while it sacrifices a small amount of grip, it is more friendly in mixed conditions.
The HR Pro Burner is the same shape as the system skis (Jet Fuel) but is a flat mount ski and is lighter and more nimble than the JF CA. Depending on your size, that would be a great choice. If you wanted to consider wider, the the Nordica Enforcer is a superb ski in the 98mm range. It is also flat. We are a Nordica Pro center in the west and sell quite a few more of the Burner and Enforcer than we do the JF.