I've been a long time lurker here and thought I'd give this a try:
It's been 3 years since I've hit the slopes in any appreciable form. In that time I've gotten married, settled down, blah blah blah. I mention that because I no longer have any intention of playing around in the park (what I bought my skis for), doing stupid stuff and giving myself concussions off of jumps that I probably shouldn't have attempted in the first place.
With that in mind, the skis I have are 179cm K2 public enemy. I've got them mounted at +5, so not completely center core but pretty far forward. I've had my stance analyzed at Viking Ski shop in Chicago where they put in custom inserts in my boots and little plastic risers under the bindings to help my knock kneed stance. As you can probably tell, it doesn't really help that much.
So, I know I've got the wrong skis for moguls and groomers and the mounting is probably a bit wrong, but I'm poor at the moment and don't have time to remount the bindings/get new skis before my first real trip in 3 years this weekend: Park City, Utah.
Since I'm a firm believer that technique > gear, any advice would be appreciated. I'm pretty humble, I know I suck and need a ton of work.
My goal is just to become a better skier in general. I don't like not being good at things, and I'll genuinely work on any suggestions I get. I'll even sign up for a lesson once I get out west if anyone has some recommendations in the area.