Yeh I don't spin too much either, just slow spins. Traditional camber and shape I basically agree with. What I loved about the Lizzies (in the park) was that while they were fat and noodly, they still had a traditional shape so they were predictable and fun. I don't really like rockered skis with variable effective edge length in the park though. By that I mean skis with rocker that isn't matched by taper, I find that when I'm laying right in to a cork off a jump then effect of suddenly having more edge contact can hook/catch and put me off. I know tons of people have no problem with it, i just don't like it. I imagine it is less true with no taper at all because its less sudden, but with rise and then a little bit later taper, like on the Bacon, i noticed it quite a lot.
That said I think the Bacon is simply a better ski than the blend for almost everything really, if you could demo some how it would help, the Blend feels a lot different from the Lizzie with a longer turn radius and narrower waist (not necessarily bad just different), wheras the Bacon feels similar just with a bit more balls. Also next years blend is being changed to a lighter construction next year so might be more significantly different in terms of swingweight then. Not sure if you want that but its worth knowing i guess.
Season Edit: http://www.newschoolers.com/membervideo/316569.0/Twigski_Season_Edit_2011?s=105085&t=2&o=8
there's a certain point where it neither looks good nor functions properly...that's when you know you look steezy - no_steeze