TC266NZ4frnt ravens,black crows Atris, armada tracer 108 and line sakana
Even though they're all around 105mm underfoot mark and all all-mountain freeride theyre quite different skis for their bracket.
The ravens are a fairly stiff mid & tail, flat cambered ski with a low, narrow-ish tail and pretty long turn radius meaning they are tending to suit more open and steep rather than tight, technical terrain, they are one of the lightest skis of the bunch but also the overall narrowest for floating over the top of pow. the low tail height will make riding switch harder (by no means impossible though) than some of the other options you suggested.
The black crows are are softer at the tip & tail, cambered ski with a much more symmetric shape, and short-mid turn radius. they are also the heaviest ski at ~2kg/ski though. They sit fairly in the middle of the bunch when it comes to turn radius as the softness at the ends means you can push out the turn radius or if you need, pivot it quickly by putting it over on edge hard, making them a bit more versatile than others, but you are paying on the uphill a bit with the extra weight.
The armada tracer is also on the soft-ish tip & tail but stiff in the middle flex, but the stiffness ramps up slower than the atris as you push into/out of the turn as you flex more of the ski. like the atris, with a more symmetric sidecut shape, than the others, they will turn sharply when heavily over on edge but also flex out to wider turns when less aggressively pushed. they're about the middle of the bunch when it comes to weight too. extra weight can be good when the going gets bumpy/chopped but it's not a given.
The line sakana seems like an odd addition to put in with the others given its swallow tail & general shape, but that's not to say it wouldn't suit what you want. its the most flat tailed and has the tightest turn radius of them because of the pretty wide nose and tail compared to the middle. its less stiff overall than the ravens but stiffer in the tail than the other two, which with the tight radius makes it quite well suited to tight carves on hardpack. the low, swallow tail makes it harder than the others to ski switch but using a similar principle to the narrow tail of the raven, makes the tips of the skis come up out the pow well for the narrower overall width of both of them. The sakana also has a more traditional nose shape to the others, with less taper out to the widest point in the nose, making it slightly more hooky in soft snow in return for a better hardpack ride. The sakana is also similarly weighted to the raven.
Now, along with these options we'd love if you would consider our new ski coming this winter, the Pioneer. Available in similar lengths to the others, with a 105mm width underfoot and relatively symmetric side cut at 125-105-120 giving a mid-range turn radius at 22m(@184cm). They have a slightly higher turned up tail than the other options and taper at both ends. Which gives an easy, fast planing, less hooky ride in soft snow, switch or forward. Like the armada, they are stiff underfoot but mellow a bit out toward the ends, giving that versatility of turn. They're also equally light as the raven & sakana. One of the things we pride ourselves on is the thick base & edge we use, meaning you can worry less about core shot & blown edges from rocks. They also use less plastic in their construction with hardwood sidewalls & epoxy coated topsheet, meaning a more energetic and environmentally friendly ride. Plus, in our opinion, they look sick.