Hey Boomer, your progressing turn mechanics are much much better than they were in that first video. Congratulations!
I have a suggestion to get them even better.
This first image shows a right turn (using your injured left foot). Note that the outside foot is in front of that outside hip,
and the outside leg is flexed at the knee. It would be so much better if that outside leg were straighter, and if
its foot were farther back and behind the hip above it.
It would also be better if the outside arm, shoulder, and hand were back. They keep creeping forward and around
in front of your body, prohibiting you from skiing into counter. Counter is the issue theRusty mentions above.
This second image shows a left turn, with your uninjured right foot on the outside.
You have the same issue with the outside foot; it's in front of its hip. Your arm/shoulder/hand
behaves itself on your left turns.
This image shows you between turns. Now both feet are waay in front of your hips.
You are using your quads to hold yourself up, with almost no relief during or between turns.
Your quads have probably grown very strong from these skiing workouts, but even so this aft business
is not necessary and is going to hold your skill building back until you fix it. Your ability to do
all kinds of new and exciting things with your skis will astronomically improve once you get centered.
There are many drills that help folks get centered. I've got one for you below.
This one offers a great way to get three good things going:
-- that outside foot behind its hip
-- that outside leg extended instead of folded up through your turns (so you won't be aft)
It's an unfamiliar drill to most here, but is quite useful for helping with the three things above.
It comes from a well-respected Level IV Canadian ski instructor, Rob Butler.
Give it a try and report back.