The situation: Steep hardpack, transitioning from toe-side to heel-side
I've noticed in these cases, after the turn I often tend to be descending the slope roughly along the fall-line, rather than carving across the slope. So I started playing with "dipping" the front side of the board during the turn in order to get the edge engaged early in the turn and hopefully get more translation across the slope and less descent.
Has anyone else experienced this? Is this a credible solution? It seems mildly successful.