iggyskierFrom the ON3P options, if you want to stick with us, I'd go....Stock or 19oz (but stock carbon) Kartel 108 for everyday at Red, Kartel 116 for powder.
Kartel 116 (stock) for Japan.
Magnus 102 isn't wide enough for Japan and even so, you would end up just skiing the Kartel 98 or Magnus 102 - as they are similar but different enough that in the end, you will just ski the one you prefer more.
Agree with the option to go wider and not too soft. Regarding going softer, it seems to be all the rage right now - we have people constantly asking about how soft we can make our skis - but literally no one on our team goes double soft (soft glass, soft carbon) on any of their skis. We have some guys skiing Kartel 108 w/ 19oz fiberglass, but everyone is skiing stock Magnus 90/102 and I think people miss that it is the rocker (and skill) that make them playful, not a soft flex. If you go too soft on the skis, the ski will lose its ability to hold you as you load it up, plus you lose all mountain performance.
So...hope that helps. If the Kartel 98 can hold you over in an everyday capacity, I'd go wider (116) most likely.
Recently picked up K108s, the purple topsheet is rad, was going to get em softer but stayed stock, whilst I wish they were more bendy at times the stiffness is perfect for charging and they're so stable so don't really regret the decision at all. They still butter and bend.. it's just that doesn't have the skills to really play around on em.
But on the plus(ish) side I snapped my old park skis and picked up some ARV96s in the end of szn sale so now I have something soft... couldn't afford to reup on the ON3Ps or I would have coz they're epic