For the all-round purpose, I like hardtails with a ~68 head angle. I now ride a Santa Cruz Chameleon, 16", which is just big enough with a 400mm post. Your legs are shorter obviously as it seems the Kona Stuff fit you for the purpose. From what I can tell, Kona's dirt jump bikes have pretty steep head angles which makes them less useful for shore/dh riding.
As for completes, the Kona Five-O and Brodie Holeshot both fit the bill. The Norco Sasquatch is a similar bike as well. These wouldn't really be considered "light", though, with a Marz 55. However, swapping to a Talas and upgrading components will eventually give you a bulletproof do-anything hardtail.