Don't hold your breath as this is not on the horizon with any company as of now. The full, continuous rocker such as the 2010 Gotama is what the companies are trying specifically to avoid within the context of everyday widths like the 80mm range. Even within the context of 106mm waist widths, nobody is rushing to the R&D departments to copy the 2010 Got. While successful from a marketing perspective, real skiers that buy them are having second thoughts about the versatility.
The new gotama isnt that great at all, its own stablemate the katana outdoes it on hardpack with a wider waist and then kills it in steeps, crud due to metal and powder due to width. I can tell you right now several of my friends have it and love some good skiers but younger skis with quicker balance can make it work better than the average older epic skier.
Oh BTW epic those "the ones" are now mine and it turns out they are one off as well, the actually top sheet wont looks like that. They are truly "the ones'. I think the first owner was to big for that ski and might have likes in a 184cm which will be the longest length next year.