TatehuizengaYeah. The line blends are a bit too soft for me, but I have heard lots of good things about VISHNU wets and wides.
Vishnu Wets are my favorite ski I own and what I ride 99% of the time here at Granite Peak. If you want something with a lot of rocker and that is playful I'd recommend them. If you mainly do jumps and ride the rest of the mountain a good majority of the time I would recommend something else though. Also they are very narrow compared to the skis you mentioned.
Here are my top 5 midfats and top 5 narrower/average sized park skis. Keep in mind this is my personal favorites and I haven't even ridden all of these. This is based on my personal experience as well as my research. Also I have a different style than you, live in a different area, etc. These are in no specific area.
Midfats/Wider Park Skis (95mm+)
1.) ON3P Magnus 102s (would have put Kartels on here but for park I'd prefer the Magnuses unless I was tossing dubs and shit)
2.) Moment PB&Js (probably top pick if I was doing park and all mtn 50/50)
3.) Vishnu Wides (picking these based off of the fact that my Wets are the best skis I own and I love the shit out of them)
4.) ARV96s or K2 Poachers (put them as one slot due to how similar they are. I'd get whatever is cheaper or whatever one you think is cooler)
5.) Armada E-Dollos (was tempted to put Blends here due to how unique they are but I wouldn't want them as my only ski... kind of a novelty)
Honorable Mention: Icelantic Nomad 95s (could have been in top 5 but it was hard to choose between this and a few others)
Average Size/Narrower Park Skis (Below 95mm, most around 90mm)
1.) Vishnu Wets (IMO best rail ski and the most playful ski I've owned)
2.) ON3P Magnus 90s
3.) Armada B-Dogs
4.) J-Skis Whipit
5.) K2 Sight or Line Honey Badgers (not sure but both are similar, on the cheaper side, but neither really excite me a ton)
I could have listed a ton of slopestyle/comp skis for the thinner models but those don't fit my style of skiing so that's why they aren't in my personal list. The midfat/wider skis were hard to narrow down due to them being what is popular. Companies are shitting them out like crazy. As far as thin "playful" skis go, only the Wets and Magnus 90s really get me excited but that doesn't mean there aren't other good skis in that category. Every ski I mentioned is a very solid pick.
Since you are into jumps you could look at your traditional slopestyle skis like Atomic Punx, Volkl Revolt 87s, Fischer Nightsticks, Head Caddy, Salomon N NFX, Armada AR8, etc. I just don't know enough about those to recommend one over another but they might be some of the best skis for you... I just wouldn't be the person to tell you if they make sense or not.