Please help me understand what's going on...
The turns in the Project Kitz vid are so incredibly fluid, they almost appear as if the skiers are motorcycles on a banked series of S turns, or roller coaster cars locked onto a series of snaky, banked track. In other words, tails following tips, absolutely. But if you look closely from behind you will sometimes (often?) see the tails of the skis leave the snow and pivot over to the other side, even if from the front it appears the tips of the skis stay engaged and smoothly go from one carve to another with almost imperceptible time spent in the flat/neutral phase of the transition.
Some active foot steering to complete the turn is one thing, but the very ideas of trampolining from one side to the other and managing pressure to control the rebound implies that there will be a check, or edge set, or whatever you want to call it, otherwise what would you rebound off of? If you didn't have the check you would either continue to move through the carved turn (like a roller coaster car) or skid out (fly off the track). And it seems that during the rebound sometimes they are hopping from one set of edges to the other, (courtesy of steering in between to set the new angle), and sometimes there's simply a pivot around the tips.
Do I have it right, or ??