I would second the Armada Triumph. The Triumph utilizes a tip to tail sheet of metal to bolster a full wood core. It is snappy and stiff in addition to being incredibly light and still maintains durability.
I am also 6'4" and weigh about 250 and found the 185cm with it's 17m turn radius to hold an incredible edge at speed on hardpack and ice. It uses the same speed-based material on the base as the Pipe Cleaner (thanks Atomic) so it is sneaky fast.
I also, love love love the Coax. I would, personally, choose the Prophet 100 over the 90 simply to get the metal in the construction. But again, I weigh 250 pounds, so I like a ski with a little more beef.