Isnt that what Salomon claims about the 2012 though?
To the thread creator, heres the deal. Almost every company has something out there that can be a do-it-all daily driver. Anything mid 90's, near centered mount point, tip/tail rockered, semi-symmetrical will do you well. Look around at some options, come back with a list and more details about your skiing style and where you'll be skiing these.
Yeah ... They're beast high in mountains.
Look at 2011 Kung Fujas if you want more of a freestyle ski or last year K2 obSethed if you prefer freeriding.
Or maybe if you like fat skis Surface NewLifes ? They should kill it on powder, be stiff enough to charge and perform quite nice in park due to tight radius.