Moment PB&J or the ON3P Kartel 106 could suit you. Moment PB&J would probably be perfect. The Blends would also be perfect lol. I'd personally give the advantage to the PB&J.
Though, remember, "The whole concept of the one-ski quiver is to design a ski that is not necessarily the best at anything, but that is good at everything, and sucks at nothing". If you want a park ski get a park ski. If you want a powder ski get a powder ski. Of course money is relevant, but as you know patience is one of the most important attributes a skier must poses. If someone asks "well what if I want to ski park and powder on the same day?". My response is "Fuck You. Dont ever ski park on a powder day, unless you live in Japan." Hope that made things difficult for you. Good Luck.
Blends are a solid do it all ski if you are looking for a soft flex. I bought them as an all mountain ski and skied a few 6-7 inch days on them. 100mm underfoot does the job if you don't have a pow ski. I have sense upgraded to a kartel 106 for all mtn cuz I felt the soft flex was holding me back a bit, and the blends are pretty much just for park now.
I have blends as well as candide 2.0 . After skiing on both here is what i can tell you
Edges: Blends seem a small amount beefier, but still not ON3P thick.
Tail Flex: Blends are softer, but factions seem more stabile
Tip Flex:Blends softer again, but factions more stabile, less chattery
OP I think either of these skis would be great for you. Now its up to you if you want more of a buttery ski or something that won't chatter at high speeds. Hope this helps
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