DingoSeanGet a pair of Wailer 105 T2 hybrid or the wailer 112 (115) RPC.
Unfortunately they don't make either anymore, but those were actually BADASS skis that DPS used to make. Lots of metal. Lots of damp. Lots of sendy.
Unfortunately no 55 year old out of shape dentist dad who actually buys DPS is a good enough skier to use either, so now all of their stuff is made for saggy asses to make a poor attempt at skiing and still feel like a hero while showing off their status that they paid 1200$ for the skis alone while hitting on your mom at the bar later when she's just trying to enjoy her Gin and Tonic while reading her book she found on the Oprah's best seller list.
Well, my ass may be saggy, but it's not because the skis suck. And you'd be hard pressed to argue that the Wailer 106 188cm or Lotus 124 190cm are lame, non-badass skis. Strangely, the Lotus F124 (foundation construction) is one of the funner powder jib sticks I've skied, and this is coming from a guy who skied Caylors, Jefferys, and Kartels for years.
The Wailer 115 RPC 2.0 is a Dreamtime/Powderworks ski for now, which means it's pretty limited release, but still available.
Powder touring on the Wailer 112 is pretty dreamy. Mine are Alchemist, so a little heavier than the Pures, but with a light binding and boot, they make an excellent setup for slaying pow and vert. Very surfy, turn on a dime, and still able to go fast.
I wouldn't recommend the 112 on hard snow, but then again, it's not meant for that. Cassiars, especially the new 94, do way, way better there.