To keep on track, Xela had it right and said it more eloquently than I could. I'm just sayin', this focus on stunts and raising the bar with respect to danger and filming everything you do for the net is not what I personally respect and enjoy about skiing. I am concerned for where it can go when the progression involves higher and higher risk.
What rankled with Vanessa was that she was selected to be in a comp after her stunt, and she hopes to capitalize on it further. There are undoubtedly better women skiers to represent big mountain skiing. If it's about basic nature and purity/essence and skiing/adventure, I'm way off base, and you go girl.
For the record, I'm a fan of Un-official, friends of mine are involved, and the group doing GNAR are awesome, taking the level up on that day at Squaw, fun and skill and comradery. The nudity ruined it for them (I believe some families complained about the atmosphere), not me, that's for sure, I loved the KT line scene that morning.