Nice! You're certainly working it and I think that's throwing off a few other things... some of the same things I'm working on... not sure I got a good order below, but here's what jumps out at me...
The transition is nice but it looks to me like you stop tipping as the angles build and mainly drag the skis on edge with the body. Yes, create the turn shortening that inside leg, but also you gotta continue tipping the thing a lot.
I think a lot more counterbalancing and alignment over the outside ski only, especially early will change things a lot. That should also help with balance.
Maybe the way I would look at it would be to focus on getting the skis as much across the hill as possible while counteracting to the max. This should also make it more likely that you're more forward early and get some impulse from the ski - less riding them around.
Also, the hands - don't try to reach down anymore.
so you see, this is great:
but then you get to this as the turn progresses - notice inside hand/shoulder, lots of body inside, you compensate with counter to stay in balance but lots of bend on the inside ski in the fall line
also this - is this an alignment issue or just a wide stance and lazy inside foot?
not just on that side... the stance is definitely something to watch - you seem to widen too early and again , early weight on the inside ski, seems like it - these balance issues will cause havoc in gates, but maybe it's impacted negatively temporarily by the deep flexing focus...? could be, but something to watch, for sure.
Then again, many of these may be the result of focusing on and exagerrating the flexing, I don't remember your skiing before...
This would be more of what I would like (it's not me, I'm far from it myself it's one of my racers, "blue jacket") notice the massive tipping of the inside leg, keeping it back and counterbalancing. he's dropping the hand to feel the snow, but without a big impact on the body. Lots to improve here as well, but not a bad model.
Imagine him crossblocking right now - everything is aligned and in place just for that...
p.s. I see a similarity with the photos in here - both boot work and technical work.
Edited by razie - 6/8/16 at 6:59pm