Here my list of skis that would do it for you:
Atomic blog 177. 132-110-124. Traditional camber underfoot. Rocker tip & tail. True twin tip. Little more geared towards powder with the 110 under foot.
Rossignol S3 178. 128-98-118.Traditional camber underfoot. Rocker tip & tail. True twin tip. Can hit everything but has more traditional ski feel. Had the Koopman version and was my one ski when I first went west.
Salomon Czar 174. 128-108-118. Traditional camber underfoot. Rocker in the front. Tiny bit of back tip. Geared to every thing ski. Wouldn't be that good in the park. But everywhere else it would kill.
Volkl Gotama 178. 138-107-123. Full u-shape rocker. True twin. Stiffer U-rocker style ski. Would be great in variety of nasty conditions.
Icelantic Nomad 171. 140-105-130. Full traditional camber ski. True twin tip. An every day/everything slayer.
ON3P Jeffery 176. 135-110-127. Traditional camber underfoot. Rocker tip & tail. True twin tip. This is ON3P's jib ski that's geared towards the rest the mountain. Heard really good things about it.
Hope this at least give you an idea of what your looking for.