Watch the good skiers in the moguls while you go up the lift. (ski videos don't have too many mogul shots)
Remember that using your poles the right way is critical.
You have to get comfortable with the combo of speed and your control of your speed while you keep your shoulders squarely perpendicular to the hill.
When you make a big wide turn it's over.
Try to find a slope of "hero moguls" to practice on, that are not too big, steep or hardened, frozen snow. Learn to look and feel good on the easier ones first.
To me learning to ski moguls better is where it is at. There is always room for improvement.
Sometimes I feel real good in a mogul slope, then next run i'm on a steep slope with steep, hardened moguls and I feel like
The better you are in them, the less effort it takes and the more pleasure experienced. The Rule is the faster you can get through them the better of a skier you are. Any gaper can bomb down a groomer, but in the moguls, lack of skill will result in a penalty for speeding - always. Either you go down or go sideways.
I don't know why some experienced good skiers don't want to take it up a notch and learn to do moguls better.
I just finished this book, Everything the Instructors Never Told You About Mogul Skiing.
If you are interested in improving you mogul skiing, it's worth the $12.
Main categories of skiing terrain: Groomers, moguls, powder and steeps. Each requires a different technique.