I just picked up a pair of bent chetlers (120mm underfoot) w/ fks 140s for freeride powder and I love them for deep days. When there isn't enough snow they don't really handle all that well. I have a pair of Dynastar Outland 87s I got a few years ago that I still ride but I'm looking for an upgrade as they don't seem to excel in any condition and they're quite a bit too short for me (I bought them when I was 16). I've never done much park skiing but I want to learn. I do a lot of hard charging skiing through trees/chutes/bowls at vail and other resorts in summit county. I want to be able to ski challenging terrain directionally while also be able to go in the park and start learning how to hit jumps/rails. Am I asking too much for a ski that can do both? Would I be better off just getting something like a pair of Blizzard Brahma's and taking them in the park or would a pair of twintip skis like the 92 k2 Shreditors be a good option for park/big mountain skiing?