I own Lib Tech NAS Re-Curve freeride 2011, 188, 100mm underfoot.
Carves well on ice, snow, anything you throw at it. Since I live in country where there is no snow nor mountains, i use it in snow dome, in snow park (originally bought for the alps, all mountain usage, mainly for powder, but as we go in Jan, for one week only, and usually there is no new snow for 3 weeks, i needed it to be versatile).
Main thing i bought it - I'm a fan boy of Mervin Manufacturing. My eye was on lib tech banana and magne traction since 2006, if i remember it correct. In those years I couldn't afford it, and switched to skiing again. This summer bought them NAS freerides. First twins, and I'm more than happy.
One negative thing - those aren't durable at all. Top sheet and top cants look OMG after good few rides. I'll post photo of how they look now. Pole is a killer for top sheet. You can make chips just hitting it somehow with your pole.
As I checked, top looks different on park NAS, those look more durable.
If you can afford upgrading gear every two years, you should try them, since magne traction carves much better. Where you'd be sliding on yo' ass on icepack, recurve just slices it and stops, if you want it.
Have jester schizos mounted on them, and I think it's the best choice for all mountain skis, since you can adjust your stance for charges or for park.
Might have forgotten something, just ask.