Yes Atomicman, but I will point out that frame #4 and somewhat #3, his downhill ski is no longer bent. Definitely he has transferred weight to the uphill ski, which is contributing to moving his CoM across. The edge angle of the downhill ski at #4 is somewhat irrelevant due to this fact. Its too bad we can't see #5 and #6 to see what he does from there. The change of balance from downhill ski to uphill ski happens here and combined with some ILE his CoM vaults up out of the old turn. #4 is pretty much neutral and due to the fact he's using a ILE move here, its not surprising at all that his unweighted downhill ski is lagging a bit in the tipping. His focus is on a clean edge engagement on the new outside ski in frames #5-8 not shown.
I do not view this as a blocking ab-stem because the downhill ski is being released through relaxation and flexion, even if its lagging behind the new outside ski in terms of tipping.
Frames #5-8 would be interesting to see also.
Indeed this is interesting for the other thread about simultaneous vs sequential turn entries.
Watching the video above I would like to say regarding OLR vs ILE that Ted is also using a bit of a hybrid between the two approaches. A couple of times I notice he does more of an OLR transition when there is a rise just after the gate, so he sucks up some of that using OLR. But the rest of the time he is systematically using an ILE move to transition with very early outside leg extension. However, you can also see him in all turns doing some flexion/retraction of the downhill leg in concert with the ILE. I feel this is kind of a hybrid between the two schools of thought...and it indeed seems to be working very well for him.