I live in Utah and in anything less than a perfect powder day my friend on this years Hellbents wishes he had a different ski. For good resort skiing I'd defintely go with something smaller underfoot like the Chetler. Hellbents are trash in anything but powder.
I'd also recommend looking at the Obsethed's or Rossi s7. Floating won't be an issue and they are way better at turning on groomers and a wider range of snow conditions.
4 of my friends have Armada JJs, which you should look into. They are great skis, super versatile, light, floaty, and poppy. One of the friends with the JJs also has 183 Bentchetlers, and he says that they are way more of a charging oriented ski. They are stiffer, have a larger turn radius, and are more stable than the JJ. I have some S7s, and have tried the JJs...I'm sold on the early taper idea, it makes turning sooooo much easier, surfier, and more fun. I demoed Caylors at Baker earlier this season, and they seemed like a more charging oriented, lighter, stiffer, more versatile Hellbent, so if you like that idea, then get them. The ON3P Billygoats would also be a rediculously fun ski in soft snow, but they skied absolutely horrible on groomers and hardpack, at least in my opinion.
Between the Hellbent and Bentchetler, go Bentchetler. Look into the Armada JJ are Rossignol S7 as well.