I consider myself an aggresive skier.
What I consider to be rideing aggresively would require one to be in great physical condition and have pretty high skills riding, and on whatever type of condition the snow he/she is riding on. It is chargeing down steep tree lines with huge drops that dont even make you miss a beat, or nasty bump runs zippered unintimidatedly with a smile on your face. It is ripping from top to bottom(not stopping every 50 to 100 yards like so many people I seen already this year) where possible when the line is fun enough. Always looking for huge natural airs to throw myself off of while welcomeing a challenging landing with all kinds of speed to harness!
Riding aggressively in my eyes is done on terrain you know so your not throwing yourself off of something you shouldnt of. Skiing aggressively definately requires good technique, a mixed amount of finnesse and power, and being able to ski any snow condition like it never changed. Good technique and proper conditioning of the body permits this type of skiing. Never charge hard when you are fatigued. Just looking for injury. One must Get In Shape to Ski. Not, Ski to Get In Shape.
My tool to fun is the 05 Dynastar Legend 8000/Look P14 . I ride this ski everywheres except on the deepest pow days. When it gets real deep it's time to get a new tool out of the ole tool box.