FRs will run you way over $850 by the time you ship them out here.
You're basically limited to what gets imported to NZ already unless you can get them on an awesome discount from the US.
Armada, Atomic, Scott, Nordica, Line all make skis you would probably like and are within your budget.
Now's a good time to buy last years gear as the new stuff is arriving so shops need to make room.
In a country of 4 million people where you have to ship a 7ft box 10000km, pay import duty, feed the importer's family, cover the markup of 50-100% the retail shop puts on the skis, then finally pay 15% sales tax. It's easy to see how the price of gear doubles along the way, compared to the USA. But I can live with expensive skis as its an awesome place to live.
Line afterbangs or traveling circus shouldnt be too much. Im from Australia and just got the '13 traveling circus for $420 brand new and the afterbangs were $300 with no bindings so they shouldnt be much more in NZ. Their mad in the park and providing your not hitting anything too big as their a little too soft for real big jumps . but yeh man their a really soft fun buttery ski!
Hope this helps ma man!
my tc's aren't too bad their not slow but their not a really fast park ski if thats what your looking for. the tc's are a bit wider so i feel like i got more stability jibbing but i think most park skis will all be pretty similar in speed. I'd look for more of an all mountain ski if you want a faster ski but thatll bump your price up a bit and wont have features that help in the park like the butter zones and the ollie band
I got them from snowbound its a shop in sydney. They ordered them in for me. if you have a line retailer in nz you could ask them to get them in for you or ask if the importers have any of last years stock. Thats how i got my TC's for so cheap they were last years and were 40% off and the afterbangs were 50% off.