JonnyKYeah I've thought about getting a narrower more serious touring ski but I'm not really touring to do week long trips or make daisy chains turns down open slopes. I'm touring to ski fast through deep powder and down steep lines . Almost all of my days touring will be single day trips with a fairly light pack so having Skis that are super light is less important to me than having Skis that ski well.
CobraComander's suggestion of dropping your kingpins on the Jeffreys is not a bad idea at all. I'd be pretty hyped on that setup myself!
I disagree with the guy telling you that you should go way skinny, the All Mountain at 105mm underfoot works well for me on like 75% of touring days in the Tetons, but if I was in AK, or if I had a more aggressive style I can totally understand wanting something wider. It works well for me because I'm either skiing hippy pow or tighter couloirs most of the time, but for actually charging wide open bowls in waist deep pow, and for more mini golf / jumping off of stuff, it's hard to beat an inbounds ski that you like.
I had G3 IONs on my Shreditor 112's, and later on some Revision Subtractions, and honestly, they tour well enough that I didn't really mind the weight of those skis at all.
Get an inbounds ski that you like, and throw the kingpins on it if you're looking for something to ski just like you would in the resort.
Next winter I really want to build out a setup like that, something like Kartel 108's with kingpins and Mountain Explores....