h3nry.blends are stiffer for sure
No they aren't, but they're different. The Blend is perhaps a little stiffer underfoot than the Wet, but they are much softer in the tip/tail in terms of the actual flex of the ski.
The Wet isn't actually thaat soft, it just has a shit ton of rocker, so there isn't that much initial support behind you on landings and it can be really easy to get backseat as a result. But they have a ton of energy though, so you can sometimes get a bit backseat, wheelie a bit and the ski then has enough energy/rebound to bounce you back. I haven't skied the Plus, but I presume that is even more true on those.
Conversely, the Blend has a much bigger landing platform which feels stable so there's a bit more leeway, but if you get past that stable point, the ski is a total noodle and it is going to wash out no matter what.
More generally, I think there needs to be more of a distinction made between flex and stability. You could have a ski that was so stiff you can't flex it at all, but if it had full rocker with ridiculous splay, it still wouldn't be stable. Conversely, a ski with lots of camber can be very soft, and still feel pretty stable (especially if you're light like me or you ski them long).
In the case of those two skis, the easiest way to visualize it for me is to think about doing a noseblock or butter. On the Wet there's loads of rocker, so you can just rock gently into it, but the ski is stiff enough to hold you pretty comfortable in the block/press/butter without washing out. On the Blend, you do have to get your weight out past the semi-stable mid-section but then they virtually fold in half, so you can wash out of butters/presses/blocks way more easily. Both patterns have advantages and disadvantages.
@Skiblade420 Personally, I find the Blends slightly easier (more stable) on jumps, but way prefer the Wet/Wide for buttering, jibbing etc. If what you're looking for is actually 'Blend but a bit more stable', the Reckoner 102 is pretty much exactly that ski. The Armada Edollo is also an option and from specs alone, the Vishnu Key, might also fit the bill really well. That's a pretty exciting ski, hopefully we'll see some reviews pop up on here soon.