I have owned all but one, well to be fair, it was an older Bacon.
Blog is floppy, and folds so you may not enjoy it at your size. Tips and tails chatter on harder snow.
I feel that Line does not give the Pollard Ski's (Bacon, and Opus) enough torsional rigidity. It's just my opinion, ligher skiers may not feel this.
Bentchetler is decent. Very fun in the pow, but not versatile enough at 123 under foot. Also the tips and tails are kind of floppy. Turn radius is kind of small too. I did like it it fresh. It kind of gave up the farm in the crud, and that is a deal breaker for me.
Jeffery great all around ski that you can use every day in the west. Elliptical side cut gives you the ability to choose your turn shape. Has surprised me in challenging conditions.
Caylor is the ski I have had the most amazing days on in the last 2 years. Intuative ski, that surprising rails groomers really well. It's like the Jeffery's big brother. I couls ski it most days in the west as well.
New BG. Honestly, it was love at first turn. Stable when you want to charge, turny when you want to jump in the tree's. ON3P has really knocked it out of the park with the RES. Already bought next years.
Of course with ON3P you get thicker edges and bases than anything the bigger companies are putting out. Durability is off the charts. And you're supporting a company that was born from this community.
Also....Presale is going on right now.