Skifreak wrote an answer about Line Sick Day 110 Ski on September 9, 2014
If you are used to skiing a 186cm Crimson then you will probably have to stick with around a 186 in whatever you buy. It's hard to beat the Sick Day series for a directional fun ski for wide variety of conditions, if you ski switch or spend time in the park other options would be better. Going to throw a few other skis in the mix since you asked.
Rossignol Soul 7 188cm - very light, playful, great float, excellent soft snow ski for many people. I haven't quite figured out the obsession with them yet in my opinion, but that's me.
Line SFB 184cm - not as light as soul 7 or sick day but I honestly love this ski to play around on. BUT it skis very very short in deep snow if you mount on Eric Pollards recommended line and going up to the 192cm takes too much fun out of the ski for everything else.
Salomon Rocker 2 108 or even the new Rocker 2 100 - heavier than all of the skis mentioned above but with that comes stability and power. Excellent float and will perform better in skied out crud than others, although the Sick Day 110 does very good despite its light weight, any directional ski performs better in tracked out crud.
Ponder some of those and let me know but you can't go wrong with sick day if that's your initial gut feeling.