I say go for the Schizo. Tested that shit in some recent NW pow and was pretty damned impressed. Had them set at core center back in Wisconsin and skiing up on some firm stuff at Crystal Mt. WA, switched back for a Stevens pow day and they slayed. The rocker and the softer tip allows for a great feel and control in pow. I was bummed at first because I didn't bring pow specific sticks (HellBents), but the Kung Fujas showed me some good versatility. When skiing hardpack, the ski holds an edge just fine as we wrap the core in fiberglass at specific angles to keep it torsionally stiff underfoot. That means the ski will not want to twist as some do on ice. Torsional stiffness is different from fore and aft stiffness and all three can be adjusted to work well together on a number of different conditions.
The Kung Fujas likes medium to big turns, but on a steep fall line, they whip around powerful short turns easily. Having the tip and tail rocker also makes them quick edge to edge in the park.
Overall, me rikey. This one will be in my quiver for a while.