SourSteezleI want it to be able to rip hard turns on the groomers but also be able to charge at speeds.
Pretty much by definition, any ski that rips turns on groomers will also charge.
Brahma, Kendo, Experience 88, X-drive 8.8, Supernatural, Monster 88, Ranger 90, or the FX 85 if budget isn't a concern.
Vantage 90 and nrgy 90 are both worth a look if you want something not quite as stiff/a little more user friendly.
These are the kinds of skis you should be looking at. You don't need a dedicated frontside carver to be happy with groomer performance, and a more freeride, all mountain oriented ski will, obviously, be more fun on anything not groomed. I have friends who are ex-racers who ski these types of skis (one on the Brahma, one on the Kendo) and they say they're just as happy skiing them on groomed trails as they are dedicated race skis. One of them is even selling his gs ski because he would never choose it over the Brahma because the Brahma is more versatile, and is just as much fun on groomers.
But all of these skis have rocker. It's pretty much impossible to find a ski that doesn't have rocker in it these days. Most of them have rocker lines that are pretty subtle, starting pretty deep in the tip, but without much splay.