Leelau got it right on the point.
His last point though is, well you wanna look like a beginner, so do what he said. (-
It's really not hard hucking some cliffs, you might be lucky and even stand some 40's (feet) right in the first year. But watch out, your health jumps off as easy.
One more advice, IMO the most important for cliffs: Just go above them, don't try to jump off.
No sorry, let's get it straight. I understand your post, but unluckily you won't get many serious answers here. Just get to ride with people who are better than you. BUT ask them before, let THEM asses if you can keep up with your skills.
A backpack is second. First get an avalance receiver.
2. attend some courses to lern how to use it.
3. attend courses about off-piste skiing and security.
If you ever feel unsecure in the air, land on your skis, and through yourself on the back, this might save you some ACL's and other Ligaments.
Oh well, have I said you should get an back-protector?
Well get one. Helmet is compulsory too. Full face is not needed.
If you need any further advice. Watch some videos, go to the same spot and just do it. JUST DO IT (if a big sportscompany told ya so, why not?)
(I have lot's of backcountry experience, and hucked big cliffs - up to 20m, but I wouldn't have done it, had I known the consequences. so keep care)