I understand what GO means Bud, but still its totally subjective. By your description the only thing that is truly "GO" is straight lining down the fall line. A little less GO would be making pure arc'd turns that don't leave very far out of the fall line. A little less GO then that might be pure arc to arc turns that turn a little bit more out of the fall line enough to control your speed a little bit..and and on and on... Eventually we can talk about skidding in the turns..which is less GO then all of that and there are different levels of GO in terms of skidding to brake also. Seems as though you are demonizing speed control.
You like the idea of having a GO mindset, and I don't disagree, but the rub is that if you promote too much GO during high-C, most skiers will be forced to do harder braking in the low-C, which is very un-GO.
There is really no way around that as all recreational skiers are controlling their speed a little bit whether they want to recognize that fact or not. If you use less braking during high-C you will be forced to use more braking in low-C. This is how Z shaped turns are created with a lot of braking in the bottom half of the turn, a need to turn very far out of the fall line to slow down, even blatant skidding, etc..
On the other hand if you use a little bit of speed control during high-C, then it will not be as necessary to use it during low-C. You have more of a GO mindset during low-C this way. This frees you up to do things like like start releasing much much sooner, with a very GO attitude, all because you used a bit of brushing during high-C.
I know what you are trying to say about defensive skiing vs GO skiing, but your representation that brushed carving during high-C is somehow not GO or is defensive in nature compared to other methods is simply not accurate. Brushed carving high-C is not drastic braking...it is a smooth level of speed control that provides a way for a skier to really open up the bottom half of the turn instead of having to skid as much, brake as much, turn way out of the fall line as much, etc...all very un-GO outcomes that come from missing high-C brushing.
Anyway, just when I thought we were back on track with the wedge christie discussion.....