As a Rowmark alumnus, it was great to hear about the "little weasels" being able to ski the injected snow like it was butter. Olle Larsson, Todd Brickson, and the rest of the coaching staff at Rowmark instill good technique in their troops. FYI, they do almost as much training on really soft snow as they do on injected surfaces. Rowmark's racers do a lot of free skiing in the upper bowls of PCMR, as well as at Snowbird. One of Olle's key elements to teach is now it is important not to overpower the snow, and soft snow is possibly the best surface for learning this subtlety.
This year, the snow on CB's and Picabo's won't be quite as hard (no World Cup hosting this year), but who knows - I'm sure PCMR's race crew has the injection equipment, and that they'll use it for the FIS Tech Series races in January, if not for the Eric Hayes races in late-December.
And the SX11 is about the right kind of non-race ski to use on that surface, with a 3 to 5 degree side bevel. I've skied mine on the injected steeps on CB's, and they're a treat - epseically when you can carve tighter turns on the 18m sidecut of the SX11, while the FIS-regulated racers contend with 21m+ sidecuts (of course, they make up for the deficiency with strength and technique).