As long as the snow is good in Corbet's I'm not too worried about my skis. They can bounce down the whole 700(???) feet of the run and survive just fine (as long as you don't run into the wall with them upon entry)!!!! BTW, I know about this well having jumped into Corbet's, lost skis (it was a hard packed landing), poles, gloves, hat, and goggles and then proceeded to flash it with a LOT of ROTARY (about an axis - my center of mass - that is usually not considered to be very healthy). Luckily in this case I had no injuries although the coach of my steep camp group immediately rolled up my ski pants to check my legs when he reached me saying the last time he saw a person flash Corbet's in such a fashion they had a compound tib-fib fracture.
At this point I don't think I'm willing to test the ceramic bearings and titanium stem of my right hip like I am my skis. But I'd be happy to watch you test your bone and cartilage.