Hey livelife! Could you provide a bit more information on your riding style, weight, and skill level? Are you looking for a park board that you can take all over the mountain or a board that you will only use in the park?
The K2 VVV is a great park board, but can be unstable at high speeds, so it's probably not the board for you if you want to cruise the mountain, too. If you ride a lot of icy conditions, consider boards with magnetraction like Gnu and Roxy, or Never Summer which has Vario Grip. Although a lot of these boards are alternative/reverse camber, the magnetraction and Vario Grip side cuts help retain the edge hold of a regular camber board. Have you had a chance to demo any reverse camber boards? I love mine, but I know that a lot of people prefer regular camber. It's all personal preference.
I currently ride the Gnu B-street, which I LOVE. It is a jib stick, but it also floats well in powder and holds up well at high speeds. Of course, it wouldn't handle like an aggressive freeride deck, but it's a park board that will perform well all over the mountain. I've also heard good things about the Gnu B-pro and the B-nice.
Roxy has the Ollie Pop and the Eminence (which is the EXACT same deck as the B-street), both of which I've heard good things about.
The Never Summer Pandora-R is another park deck you can take all-mountain. A lot of ladies on this forum ride the Never Summer Infinity-R. I have one and keep it as my pow/speed/slush/crud deck, although you could certainly take it into the park. So if you like your boards just a bit stiffer and heavier, the Infinity may be a good fit as well.
The Capita Space Metal Fantasy sells at a great price and is a very popular new deck this year. It was actually my first choice for a freestyle deck before my husband surprised me with the B-street.
Burton also makes some nice sticks: check out the Lipstick and the Blender.
And of course, Ride makes some excellent park decks, although I think they tend to be a bit stiffer overall than the ones I mentioned here.
Shayboarder.com posts excellent reviews of a lot of boards, but keep in mind that she is more of a freeride-oriented rider. This is an informative board test as well: Shred Betties | Gear Reviews & Information | On Snow Demo
This is quite the list! Tell us more about your riding style and we can help you narrow it down a bit.