solid idea dude. i can handle them fine all over the mountain. Great turning radius for some carving, handles fine on ice, and you can just cruise slowly or turn up the heat and go as fast as you can.
Of course then there's the fresh stuff which i have yet to try. NEED SNOW.
Other skis you should consider are
Line Sir Francis Bacon
and if you can spare going a little narrower....
K2 Kung Fujas
All great one ski quivers that fall into your category of riding. Im not saying dont buy the jefferys, just giving you a heads up on some of your other options.That being said I think ON3P makes fucking sick skis and I hope to own a pair someday
Im talking in terms of a "one ski quiver" category. Obviously the build and ride quality varys between the skis. Having never rid any of them (except for the blend) i cant speak from personal experience.
But yeah your right. Lets forget I mentioned the shoguns kung fujas and blends (even though i still think its still a good ski)
I still think the SFB and PB&J are solid alternatives to the jeffrey... even though the moments are a little narrower.