I think you really need to evaluate what you want out of your skis. The New Life's are a symmetrical ski, whereas the Caylor's are not. While they are both rockered powder skis, they are definitely different beasts. Same goes for the rest of the skis mentioned in your original post.
Based on your posts in other threads, you made it seem like you "knew a ton about this stuff" because "skiing is your life." (www.newschoolers.com/ns/forums/readthread/thread_id/721183/)
So why is it so hard now to pick out a pair of skis for yourself when you can so easily recommend skis for other people based on very limited information about their abilities/location/personal preferences?
Personally, I would go Caylor's, but that's my opinion based on my own preferences. I found the Caylor's able to dominate any terrain that I put in front of them with ease. They were playful, nimble, and exceptionally stable despite their 120mm waist.
I would never mount touring bindings on a symmetrical ski. Could you? Absolutely, but I personally wouldn't want to deal with that much tail when skinning/kick turns.
Less posting and more research or asking yourself what you want your skis to do for you will probably result in better decision making when it comes time to purchase skis.