Scalce, I am sure that nobody thinks that you intentionally bent the skis. And you presumably spent a lot of money on them knowing that warranty is included and part of the price. And you are obviously an above average skier.
But how far does warranty coverage go? Let's just say that you run straight into a wall (by accident) or a tree and they bend or break. Or you run them over with your car or truck. Well? If they are brand new, will Atomic replace them? After all, the ski is not made to be slammed head-on into a solid, static object.
Of course, life is never just black or white and there are individual circumstances for everything.
Well, these are just my 2 cents and I'm happy for you that you did not encounter any problems with Atomic.
P.S. If I were in your position, I'm sure that I would feel entitled to receive another ski, believing that I did nothing wrong; or bitter if I would not be getting anything - basic human nature; it's easy to comment from the sidelines.
P.P.S. Cannot comment on your original question, but it seems to be a good idea to stay away from Volants