Ill drop some feedback on the Bacons and the ARV 106s if ya want them
Bacons - Mind you, I skied the old bacons (108 waist) and they were super fun. Mounted them at Pollards Recommended which is inbetween recommended and center. This gave the ski better swing weight for the price of pow performance so my opinions on powder may be a bit skewed. The skis themselves we actually one of the more quality line skis that I've ridden and I loved them. They were able to rip groomers super well and handle the tree's/off piste with ease. Their low camber but noticeable rocker made them smeary and buttery and they felt like a pair of park skis everywhere i took them. Ive heard that they have great powder performance and are a dope 1 ski quiver when mounted at recommended but I already had a pair of pow skis and didn't need the best performance in that aspect out of them.
ARV 106s - I only demoed them for a day but I got a pretty good feel of how they preformed. It was late season at mt hood so i didn't get any powder out of them but they have a bit more tip rocker than the bacons so i'd imagine that theyd be slightly better in that aspect. The tips on the ARVs are suuuuuper soft (for me at least at 5'9 165lbs) and buttery. They didnt really chatter too hard at mach 10 though and were able to rip through groomers with ease and their preformance on ice was much better than i expected considering the ski is mid fat. Much like you, i prefer to ski the whole mountain with the occasional park lap so i went to see how these held up on the jumps in the park and they didnt wash out at all. The tails are stiffer so they are stable but still able to be pressed back when needed.
I do have another ski you should look at though, the Kartel 108 from ON3P. Its 108 underfoot and with tip and tail rocker it has pretty nice pow preformance. This ski in the 98 underfoot version is probably the most well known ski on NS because of its versatility in everything you throw at it. Here's the link https://shop.on3pskis.com/products/kartel-108