try out a GNU pickle or strange trip. I ride a strange trip now, and it does all those things you want, pretty well. I opted to get it in 156, and it's a very flexible board, tons of pop without having any kind of pop rods. The asymmetrical edges make holding on hardpack and ice really easy and forgiving for landings, in many conditions. I ride that board comfortably on the park, groomers, moguls, walls, glades, etc. It's definitely a knee bender and excels when ridden very low, very responsive. it's prob my fav board i've ridden.
What is the downside of pop rods? The more pop the better, right?
The asymmetrical sidecut looks like a really cool idea.