Berger's turns are very nice, I really like how he generates that shovel edge pressure into the turn finish. Do what Berger is doing, only concentrate on turning into any pile/clump available, this will gain you a lot of speed control as opposed to tracing the track of the previous skiers.
Definitely QCT's, I'm glad you recognize them TPJ. So about the confusion, I should probably clarify that I believe the is a tool all expert skiers should "learn" to use in natural terrain and I'm not only talking about using it to ski smooth crud either, it will provide control down the steepest mogul filled terrain.
I've never said only SV skiers can execute QCT's properly, I have said I've never seen skiers challenge the technical line while carrying speed that didn't spend time in SV or skiing with Cordeau. Are there other skiers that can "ski the tops" smoothly? I'm sure there are, you say you can, Lars says he can, TDK6 has shown he can and maybe Berger can do it, he certainly has the proper tools. I'd really like to see video of him mogul skiing, the guys a really good skier. There is one exception to my SV comment though, I do know a girl that grew up skiing Alta, Tommy M. that can ski the technical line and to this day is one of the best female skiers I've ever skied with.
Clarification of terms: at my mountain, and in the PSIA clinics I've taken, the turns in this video are not called "short radius" turns. They are too short and too narrow for that term to apply. When I have seen PSIA examiners demonstrate "short radius" turns they are significantly wider than the ones in this video (these guys can do these turns, they just don't CALL them "short radius").
So I call them fall line turns, narrow corridor turns, (short-swing-with-exaggerated-rotary-and-strong-edging turns???), whatever.
I agree, that's why I refer to them as QCT's, watch those skis BEND in an arc, whatever people want to call them.