Since you say you're aggressive and I assume willing to take some licks, a full on playboat is a decent choice. The Allstar certainly seems to be the most popular choice. I picked one up this year because I figured 100 people in the eddy can't be wrong.
If you picked up a Fuse, Fun or something in the river runner/playboat category you will not go wrong either. Many people use this as their only playboat, esp. those who don't do much park and play but like to do downriver play. You won't "outgrow' a boat like this. You can throw most any trick a full on playboat can throw, it will just take a little more effort. It will be more forgiving downriver (more speed, less edgy), which will be especially noticeable your first couple years of boating, but many people keep a boat like this around forever for downriver play.
FYI - I'm close to your weight and have the EZG50 (50 gallon) and Allstar and I think I'm in the sweet spot size-wise for both of those. The sizes available often help dictate what boat to get.
Bottom line: you won't go wrong either way. If you're jonesing to spend your days at your favorite park and play spot, you may lean towards a full on playboat. If you're more about doing runs down the canyon, then you may lean towards the river running/playboat. Eventually you will want a creekboat, but playboats will take you into class IV no problem and probably force you to graduate the next class when you're truly ready for it.