OP, I am in the process of reviewing a pair of skis call Caravan SB100 for blister. So far as I can tell by what you have mentioned, this ski may be something worth looking into. They are handmade in Bozeman, Montana but unfortunately they are still small and therefore not available at a lot of shops.
So far I have ~10 days on snow with them and am really happy in how they handle park as well as outside of the park. I have skied them heavily at Breck & Keystone as well as put in some solid days back east on them. They are rockered in both the tip and tail so even though they are 180 (straight pull tip to tail) they ski a little shorter. Durability wise they are holding up exceptionally will with northing out of the ordinary.
Additionally, a ski like the Icelantic Nomad RKR and the Nordica Soul Rider would likely be skis to look at, at 106 & 97 respectively underfoot where as, as the name implies the SB100 is 100 underfoot. Feel free to PM me any questions about any of these 3 skis.