Basically, from what I gather, you seem to be looking for a ski that is good for jibbing/doing park type freestyle skiing but in the BC. Some very popular choices in this category are:
-K2 Hellbent (noodle, big high rocker tip and tail. No camber)
-Line EP Pro(see hellbent description, add slight taper)/Mr. Pollard's Opus (slightly stiffer than EP, long but low rocker tip/tail, camber underfoot.)
-4frnt YLE(symmetrical, stiffer, lower rocker, camber underfoot)/CRJ(tapered, rocker tip/tail, camber underfoot)
-Moment Night Train(super long low rocker, flat camber underfoot, taper, stiffer)/Ghost Chant (soft, symmetrical, rediculously high rocker splay tip and tail)
-Salomon Rocker 2 (med. flex, taper, rocker tip/tail, camber underfoot)
-Atomic Bent Chetler (See rocker 2 descr.)
-Klint Krypto (see rocker 2 descr.)
-Volkl Chopstick (stiffer, symmetrical, full rocker)
-Armada JJ (slightly narrower bentchetler)
-On3p Caylor (stiffer, rocker tip/tail, slight camber underfoot)/Jeffrey (narrower caylor with slightly more camber underfoot)
-Epic Planks Crop Duster (refined hellbent)
-Surface New Life (symmetrical, big rocker tip/tail, 3 stage rocker, stiff)/Live Life (more directional new life)
-Bluehouse Maestro (see rocker 2 descr.)/Maven (big tapered ginormofatty with semi-floppy tips for deep days)
The Bibby Pro is generally considered more of a charger that is focused on pow but can handle itself in chop and on groomed snow. It can be playful and you can definitely throw spins on it, but it's not geared as a jib ski, even though it's in their jib category. Any of the above listed skis will do well as a pow jib ski. Some will be more versatile, and some will be more pure pow oriented. Keep in mind that the descriptions of each ski are in relation to other pow jib skis. The YLEs are described as stiffer, but that's compared to a hellbent, not to a Volkl Explosiv, so keep that in mind. At this point, do some research on the above skis, and ask your self "as much as I'd like to think I'll be skiing switch in pow all the time, how often will I REALLY be throwing tricks off cliff and landing switch?" If you're honest with yourself and don't buy some EP pros because it makes your park self-esteem boost, you can get a lot of more directional skis that are much higher performance than the skis above. All of the skis above will be great for JIBBING in the powder, which means they must make some sacrifices in other categories. That soft playfulness you love in deep untracked will come back to haunt you in thick chop. Keep in mind some of these skis will still manage excellently in other conditions. For example, the On3p Caylor is known for being playful in pow, but still being able to charge hard through crud and chop. However, you'll never be able to drive a Caylor quite as hard as say, a Billy Goat.
Sparknotes: Research above skis. Evaluate own skiing style. Buy best skis for skiing style. Profit?