Where I come from this would be considered very good skiing, with good demonstrations of toppling into the turn followed by good range of motion into the counter tip. Also there are well coordinated and parallel positions of the inside and outside halves of the body, and a strong recentering movement of the hips up and forward at the transition. I'm not especially keen on the dearth of pole taps/touches but in general I consider this outstanding skiing. However, my question is if one skied like this in a PSIA cert 3, trainers or examiners exam when asked to demonstrate medium and short radius turns, would it be well received according to the PSIA playbook? Explain yourself.