I might also suggest considering the lib tech hot knife.
I've been on the Raptor for two seasons now and wanted an aggressive twin to focus more on switch and because powder doesn't come to Tahoe anymore. I was deciding between the Ripsaw and the hot knife and ultimately went with the hot knife a few weeks ago.
I haven't demo'd the ripsaw, but I really couldn't be happier with the hot knife. Edge hold on hardpack I think is far superior to the Raptor (and I actually think it's more stable and thus faster), but the thing that I imagine it has over the ripsaw is the sweet pop due to the C3 shape as opposed to the CR of the ripsaw. This thing launches off kickers in a way that I forgot was possible when I started using the Raptor. It sounds like the CR will have more camber than the Raptor's RC, but it still doesn't get as far as C3.
In any case, I think the Raptor plus either the ripsaw or hot knife would make the perfect 2-board quiver if you like charging powder when it's there and having a good time when it's not.