Friends, an acquaintence took this vid of me last week at the top of the Sundown Bow in Vail. The snow was chunky and quite variable, but mostly soft. I found that it required a careful selection of turn placement to preserve a good rhythm. I was focusing on posture (I tend to crouch too much) with pole plant more out than forward in order to get the body in the proper position for the next turn, especially at the top of the bowl which is steep enough to require your attention (perhaps 30 degrees or so). Also working on turn shape for speed control. I was on my favs: 2014 Kastle FX84 in 176cm (I think).
Have at it.