After two months of getting custom footbeds, buying new boots, getting them fit properly, and today skiing in intuition liners for the first time, I think I have a good fit. So I decided to do another MA post. One thing my boot fitter did was to make the right boot thicker/higher by 4 mm. My left turns are more difficult, and he seemed to think it's because my right leg is shorter. Seems to make a difference.
I've felt in my skiing has changed the past couple times, now that I'm getting used to new boots and the changes made to the boots. I feel like I move slightly back in the middle of the turn (while skis are pointing down the fall line), then at the completion of the turn, my upper body catches up and moves forward. I don't know if this is good or bad, it's just what I've felt recently.
I've also been getting into moguls a bit, as well as glades with moguls. On the bumps, I've been getting a similar feeling. I tend to absorb them by squatting down a bit (or a lot), and then on top or after the bump I stand up straight again.
Here are two videos. No difference between them as far as what I'm attempting to do. The focus goes bad in the second one because that guy is in the way.
Here's my previous MA post, at the beginning of the season, for reference.