I agree re: line supernaturals, have skied the 92 and the 108 this year, both quite different but excellent skis. The Cochise is also very similar. The Camox as with most black crows has quite a stiff tail, so if you tend to end up a bit in the back seat they can be really hard work. Can also recommend the Faction Candide 2.0 if you fancy a twin tip, I have a pair and haven't found conditions yet where they can't cope. Stiff enough for the groomers and enough rocker in the tip and tail to have some real fun in the powder.
I was at a ski test last week and tried quite a few skis. The new salomon QST (replacing the RCKR and Q series) were very good, not dissimilar to the black crows camox / navis / corvus line. The other standout ski was the atomic backland 109. Its a lightweight, reasonably soft backcountry touring ski. Armada ARV 106 and K2 Marksman were both meh.