Thanks for asking for my help, I'm glad to see I have a few fans out there. I try my best to hopefully make skiers decisions easier but sometimes it's not as easy as you think.
Right off the bat I don't have any experience with RAMP or Klint but I have a local shop that sells Liberty and hear good things about their products but have not skied them yet. My original Kendo's are 177cm and I compare them to the 180 Brahma and Bushwacker but I only weigh 176-180lbs.
If you want the ski to be more energetic, slightly lighter with a more balanced feeling, don't mind the stiffer tail, stable as hell, absolute knife on groomers, destroys crud, great in moguls but not very forgiving in the tail, go KENDO it's that much fun!
If you are looking for more of a 50/50 ski that has more all terrain versatility in different depths of snow go Brahma. Brahma is a heavier feeling ski in my opinion, it's the way Blizzard designs them, swing weight is higher than a Kendo or when comparing Bonafide to Mantra. This is a very powerful ski for strong guys that want the added benefit of rocker in tip and tail for that surfy and pivoty feeling when needed. I feel my Kendo is quicker edge to edge in a mogul field and on groomers but lacks the easier to release tail of the Brahma. The Brahma swing weight can bog me down after awhile when hammering a lot of bumps but you can let the ski absorb more of the mogul when tired vs the stiff tail Kendo.
If I lived on east coast and was buying this ski as my primarily hard snow ski and didn't care about soft snow/off piste versatility hands down its Kendo. If you are putting more emphasis on making sure you cover a broader range of conditions and want to go one ski quiver then Its hard to beat the Brahma. Your extra weight won't notice the heavier Blizzards the way I do.
Let me know what you are thinking or if you have other questions, all depends what your target for this ski is.