I don't see CVJ's or my tips being unweighted and twisted across the fall line to gain direction change. I believe our ski tips/shovels are clearly heavily weighted/pressured and engaged on edge in a heavy carve, you can often "read" the ski bottoms, as the tips come back across the fall line followed by the tails at the bottom of the turn. The tips and tails do not cross the fall line in opposite directions in an unweighted twisting moment as done with a pivot.
The reason so few mogul skiers ski over the mogul tops is that you can't ski the line with a pivot turn, a skier can't pivot into the mogul face and get over it, they need to powerfully turn into it with skis on edge. They have to be able to link very short turns in steep terrain.
Edited by Nailbender - 12/29/13 at 11:11pm