KravtZAs an ex racer myself...I can tell you one thing. Do not buy a soft "playful" twin. You will hate it. I personally have been riding Surface watchlifes, which are now the Surface park blanks and absolutely love them. Surface skis are much more stiffer than they describe. Durability has held up for me. Not to mention they are full cambered so they hold an edge very very well and are surprisingly pretty quick for their size.
Seriously man a soft ski after a career in racing is like drinking orange juice after brushing your teeth. its fucking awful you will want something beefier and stiffer fasho.
stay awayyyy from surface skis though. i don't mean to shit on your rides Krav, but surface is not the way to go. sure they are stiff as hell but the durability is terrible and the flex pattern is awful. even race skis flex consistently, surfaces do not in my experience. plus the quality of work on the ski sucks for real.
here are my recommendations
Atomic automatic 102- this ski shreds every condition with out fail. its not ideal for park as its only rockered in the front. you could do it in the park it just wouldnt be the best
Rossi slat.- this ski is pretty playful fasho but it has a long turning radius so you could theoretically still rip at high speed
ON3P - Kartel 98 best of everything ski. not stiff but not soft id recommend this to any one looking for an all mountain twin it might be a little soft tho
Volkl wall - this is definitely more of a park ski its stiff and well built and its what many of the races i know use for park. its damn narrow with no rocker so it would be good all mountain on the east coast.
Moment pb and J - this is probably the best ski for you that i can think of. its not soft its got tip and tail rocker and its 101 under foot so it will kill it in the park and be even better on all conditions and it is in a sense playful in its butteryness. not to mention its bomb proof and has just about the sickest topsheet ive ever seen this year