The RC112s are great charging skis that make amazing GS turns in open areas. They are much stiffer though a little less versatile than the BGs. It depends on how you ski, but the RC112 is more directional and for the former racer (you could say) and the BGs are more versatile. The RC112 picks up speed much faster as well since it carries a traditional sidecut. They are great for stomping big landings as well.
The BGs and the RC112s overlap in some ways, but you really can't go wrong with both. Both are great skis but the BGs are amazing in trees where the RC112s are amazing in high alpine. Both can be used in trees and high alpine but it depends on your feel and what you're looking to do. I love my BGs and Chetlers, since I use one for tourning and one for in-bounds. But skiing the RC112s I would love to add them to my quiver, I just don't get out west enough to where I would use them. The ice-coast is great with my BGs on tours where there can be variable snow, and the chetlers are awesome for the deep days here and out west.
Good luck with the sale, and I agree that TGR will hopefully bring you better luck. The 192s get sucked up there pretty quickly, they love longer skis.