other brands are also worth considering as you would only need to spend a small amount to get a freedom plate for the reactors. not to mention, if it's a larger all-mtn ski, the extra rise would help you out.
the bottom line is, you are quite tall and if you are moving to UT, it is guaranteed you will have a number of deep pow days. as i said before, i'd keep the fujas as a park ski and the moships for lighter pow days, but you'll be happy if you get something a bit longer (and maybe a bit stiffer) for those deep days or even days with varied conditions.
if the prophet 100 seems like too much, you might look at the prophet 80. other options for all-mtn skis are: pe's, pistols, arv, msp, etc etc etc
you might really enjoy a 179 pistol. super sick ski in all conditions, but still soft enough that you would have no trouble powering it. plus, the 179 size is a step up in length for you, but not so much that you would be overwhelmed
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