Need way more info to give you some input.
Weight, height, fitness, where you ski, what you ski, how you ski (mellow, agressive, smooth, technical, etc.), skier level, what conditions/terrain/speed envelope you want the best performance on, what you're willing to sacrifice on.
Nowadays, pretty much all skis are very good, it's a matter of finding the right match between skier and ski.
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