Sorry to disappoint, I have no buddies with a cam, and would not be so egotistic as to request them to get video of me slamming and slarving the bumps at the expense of their vertical footage in any given day.
While I don't make the fastest way down, I do find myself passing quite a few traditional pole planters. After a few days that can be exaggeration, but after dozens of days that is a pattern.
It seems every ski area has one lone nut who styles the bumps sans poles at some time or another.
You bet, top of the food chain form in double black terrain involves a pole plant. Heavy duty carving is better with extra weight for counterbalance. I'm not bragging, or talking about losing the poles in the most extreme examples, I'm just trying to open people's minds to another possibility, a possibility that curiously runs into quite a bit of resistance to the more traditional minded skiers I run across.