"daily" driver? No.
Camber/rocker - it's all about the shape of the ski in the snow and the pressure distribution required to achieve that shape. A cambered soft ski is de-cambered when a 200 lb skier is skiing it. Camber is like pre-stressing a beam; it will take some initial pressure tip and tail just to get it flat, but it will be "rockered" in shape when skied in snow with a skier on it. How much pressure will be at tip and tail and what shape a ski will have when skiing straight ahead depends very much on the weight of the skier, with rockered skis being more rockered in shape in the snow with a skier on them than traditional cambered skis that have the same stiffness.