Check out the K-2 t-line lotta luv (119-78-105) or the K-2 t-line phat luv (128-95-78).
If you two ladies ski Vokls, odds are you'll diss K-2 skis (and the phat luv's hot pink color), but you ain't in ice land anymore. Generally speaking, softer skis are better in softer snow unless you are at the pro level. And the hotness factor triples for chicks (of all ages) who can rock on hot pink skis.
For a purely West Coast ski, I've bypassed the mid-fat category all together and now ski Salomon Pocket Rockets (122-90-115). I ski 90 percent ungroomed runs (including bumps), weigh 185 lbs, and am an advanced skier, but I'm comfortable skiing East Coast pow and crud on 65mm skis. Mid-fats are very nice off-piste, but 90+ skis really rock.
Demo the phat luv's. If you or your daughter can handle them on the groomed and bumps, buy them over the mid-fats. They'll make all the difference off-piste and your lives will never be the same.