That is a solid ride. I have a 66 version of that. It's pretty beat. Voile doesn't hold up quite as well as some of the more boutique guys, but you should certainly get a season out of it no problem. Try to get some Sparks if you can. Splitboard bindings make a huge difference. Trust me on that one.
You also just opened the door to not needing to ride a lift at all. Berthoud Pass in Colorado has a huge amount of terrain you can easily access in a day. Plus the popularity means it's easy to fish for partners at the Summit. I've done it a bunch, just look for the guys who are gearing up properly and seem to know the pass. Of course they could suck, but it becomes fairly apparent quickly, and there are lots of safe exits on the pass. Plus most of the passes in Colorado are good backcountry riding spots. Wolf Creek Pass, Red Mountain Pass, Monarch Pass, Vail Pass. Finding partners is easier at some than the others, but great terrain all over.
Put a tail kit on your skins if you haven't already. I think it's $40 for the Spark version and it's excellent. You'll be glad you did.
Shoot me a message when you know you're going to be in Colorado. If schedules work out, I'll be happy to meet you at Bert and do a tour. Maybe some of the other spots too.