Salomon Lily or Burton Troop? Need good all mountain board
Hey ppl, i need some help. Have been riding rental boards, bindings and boots for years and now got a bit of cash to get my own. I'm an intermediate rider looking to up my game and start learning in the park whilst still doing most of my riding on and off piste. Am looking for the best all mountain girls board for an intermediate rider, which will really hold up well at high speed on the piste, but will float well in powder and also enable me to learn in the park and get my technique started on kickers etc. However, i don't want something which will really kick my ass on the slope like perhaps a Burton Custom, Feelgood etc as i'm not sure i'm quite up to that standard yet.
Have so far been looking at the Burton Troop but went into a shop the other day and they started trying to push the Salomon Lily which i thought was more of a freestyle park board than All Mountain. My main concerns are the Troop might not perform well enough in the park to help me learn good, but the Lily would be too park specific and wouldnt perform well on the piste at high speed.
Does anyone have either and know? Or can anyone help suggest a wicked allrounder for the spec i have outlined? Is the Troop up to the job or is there something better out there?