So the Fischer has a slightly lower top end than Stöckli AR or Augment 88? You are correct I don’t place a high priority on accessibility as a general rule.For me this is an apples-to-oranges comparo. Based on your previous post, you sound more like an AR guy to me.
I'm willing to look past on-snow feel for pure ski performance. I believe that the 86 GT is the much more versatile ski for most skiers. For skiers with high-end skills (able to attain serious high edge angles, etc.) the AR may be more of their preference as an all-mountain tool. The Fischer is much more approachable for a wider segment of skiers. But the Fischer still has more than sufficient "balls" to rip groomers while still being able to handle off-piste and dance through some moguls.
I think in this specific case it’s less because I have high end carving skills than because I’m just a big dude and when I’m in shape I can bend most skis without perfect technique.