NotEnoughSkiingI'm your height and ski everything from a 172cm park to a 235cm DH. Each ski has it's own distinct personality and length that works up and to the point that it just doesn't work for you.
For general park stuff your sweet spot is probably 172-188ish. If you are into comp style moguls it's a different ball of wax, you'll need to talk to those guys what they do these days, I'd guess high 170's low 180's though.
For front side/all mountain resort literally any size will do. For more aggressive powder or all mountain 185-200, you'll likely only find things top out around 192 generally.
sounds great! i´ve skied many different kind of skis the last couple of years from low 170s up to 198s and i gotta say i prefer even my powder skis a little bit shorter, respectively mounted almost center so that i can throw them around and off stuff a little bit better. for example my candide 4.0s are 188s and mounted like behind true center. even though it feels like there isn´t much ski in front of my bindings, it just feels natural, so i think the 2.0s should do the trick.
i´ve compared the prodigys 3.0 in 190cm with my 178cm candide 2.0s and what´s funny is that because the prodigy has so much more rocker in the tips and tails, the effective edge on both skis is basically the same thing, if not even a little bit longer on the candides.
will be interesting if you will be able to tell when riding them.