Well, if you want a 'one ski quiver' you have many option. But I think it's better to buy a pow ski and a park/all mountain ski. Like Rossi squad 7 and the new storm. Might buy these if I got the job a rossi's office. Btw, If you buy a ski to do it all, he won't excel everywhere, he will be ok everywhere. But if you are on a budget and you can't afford 2 ski here's my suggestion list by brand:
Rossignol: S6/sickle ; full rocker, 110mm underfoot. Go read the blister review, these ski are nuts, better then the s7 in powder, they float, they charge and handle the groomer just fine. Well I know they are 'fat' but man, the line lizzies was 112 if im not wrong and they we're one of the funnest ski ever made. Link for last year s6: http://www.backcountry.com/rossignol-sickle-ski-ros0732 .If you want something skinnier, the s3/ scimitar are great, they will be good in the park, and ok in the powder, not as good as the sickle but well, you can have worst.
Atomic Blog: http://www.evo.com/skis/atomic-blog.aspx#image=44744.Size.LengthCM_185_Image.jpg
110 underfoot, Tim slay on them, from urban to powder. The new ritual look nice, 102mm underfoot.
Line: Blend, well everyone will tell you that they are on
e of the best one quiver ski and it's true. I was watching being there and some dude was slaying Japanese pow whit them. I would say they are you best bet if you want to stay near the 100mm underfoot. They have early rise, early taper, and seem soft. If you want something fatter the SFB are really nice, but I would not trash them in the park, but that's me.
4frnt cody (102) and turbo (108) are two good option. Nerver tried them but 4frnt make really nice ski, so you can't go wrong
Kastle, the new colby west james ski look sick. But cost an arm and a leg. The 110 model is really nice, twin rocker, symmetrical whit two plastic thing that reduce the swing weight. If you have the money buy these.
Salomon: The new rocker2 108. I have nothing to say about them except that the rocker2 last year was a really good seller.
Armada: Well I have the JJ's loved them, but now I hate them. I can't think of a one ski quiver by armada.
On3p: Jmo are really nice and I think they are fatter this year, so they might be the way to go. On3p guys have a good reputation, good ski, good service and made in USA. The jeffrey are another good option if you want something fatter. Never try their ski but everyone swear by them. PM iggy or ginkgo, they work for On3p, they will be in better position to help you.
Sorry for the big reply, I had nothing to do so that's it.
And I would highly suggest to buy 2 ski, at the and you'll have more fun. Skiing powder on a 130mm board is pure sex.