El Reys would work and are somewhat stiff like the double times. I believe blends are more buttery but I don't know much about them, however they would probably serve your purpose too.. The durability from what I've heard is great on Double Times, I haven't had a problem but I don't have many days on them yet. I've heard of no outrageous durability issues with any of these skis, however the number of years you get on them directly relates to how many days a year you get out.
As far as bindings go, these would probably work well for you: http://www.evo.com/outlet/alpine-ski-bindings/look-px-15-racing-medium.aspx
however, the brakes might be a bit skinny for some of the skis you're looking at (specifically the blends, they're ~100 in the waist if I remember right?) There's no real such thing as a freestyle binding, so don't worry about that.
Hope i helped!
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