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Greg_KTwo best options aren’t on your list for decent hard snow grip that can rip it in the trees, crud or the park.
JSkis MasterBlaster and Dynastar Menace 98. More stable than even the ARV 96Ti yet more playful. Menace 98 is the best bump ski as the flex and profile are perfect. Nice weight too so it motors through crud. MB is very similar as it does everything well yet is still easy to ski.
ARV 96Ti would be the best all around ski on your list for your use but I think both the MB and Menace outperform it. The ARV 96 non Ti will not be as solid or damp as the Ti version.
Line SFB is super playful and surfy in soft snow but not very stable or great on harder snow like you’d be normally facing.
BO 98 is stiffer and less forgiving so it’s not as playful or as friendly in the bumps. The Menace 98 is more stable, better in crud or harder snow.
CT 2.0 is a softer flexing ski that can still carve at turn if the snow is softer and would be like a narrower but more stable SFB. The Prodigy 2.0 is very soft snow biased and doesn’t like speed, hard snow or crud so aimed more for a lighter weight intermediate skier.
Good descriptions of many all mountain freestyle and park skis in Blistergears buyers guide with full reviews of some on them on their site.