I have the 100s and love them home. Not a jibby ski by any means though. The thing absolutly CHARGES! You can go mach 12 down the slope and they will hold and edge and just flat out RIP. In pow they do great. They float but also blow through crud. Since the 90 is the same but 10mm smaller I don't think there would be that much of a diff.
The AR6 is butta smooth! Like a Cadillac, stable when opened up, feels beefy and solid, a great ski
But I liked the p90 way more. Why? Lively-ness. They are blazin' fast edge to edge, faster than my 1080s, and it's a whole centimeter wider! Unbelieveable. I am buying them (or some similarly designed 333skis) this year.
The p90 is mounted way farther back than the AR6 (which you could center mount) and is softer, but snappier, and more poppy, in an edge to edge All Mountain way.
Also the turning radius of the p90 is much tighter, which is much better on hardpack, and the Blue Ice of NewEngland.
The biggest difference is that the p90 does not belong anywhere near the park, while the AR6 is at home there.
LIne Chronic Cryptonites. After some deliberation thats the ski Im getting. Chronics are an all mountain and park ski and the added beef of the cryptonite makes them even more suitable for softstuff. pretty much it can do it all. I just need to find a binding for these bad Larrys
ive never ridden on the prophets but ive had my arv's for two seasons and they have been my favortie skis of all time. they are buttery on tips and stiff underfoot and have held up well out west for 2 weeks as well as handled any east coast ice. also hold up well wen i go through the park since they have good pop. id highly reccomend them. sorry i have no info on the prophets but one of my friends has em and likes em