Newer skis don't really require a lot of camber to turn. The energy in the turn is generated by actually decambering skis, so the camber is less significant than older model skis. I noticed it last year with my Elan SLX. After about 3 hours of slalom turns the skis would actually be reverse cambered. After a few hours of sitting inside they would return to their normal shape. As the skis decambered when i was skiing on them, i didnt notice much difference in performance, unless i was put on rough terrain - ie - not well groomed snow. When they were put into these types of conditions when they were decambered the skis were difficult at best to ski on. I dont really think that the lack of camber is a huge issue. Many new skis are lacking a lot of camber. My SLX's have about 2cm when held together and my SLX RACE T's have about 2.5cm when held together base to base, but my GS skis Salomon LAB GS and Elan GSX RACE T have only about 1cm or so. An older pair of Elan SLX WC's i have, only have about 6mm of camber present, but the skis still ski wonderfully.
As far as the Crossmax goes, they could have done away with the camber in the ski when the redesigned it. If you notice, it is a totally different ski this year and is VERY stiff by comparison to the old Crossmax 10. the addition of the spaceframe looks as if it has made the ski much stiffer longitudinally... i would be interested to see if it made a huge increase on the torsional stiffness of the ski. the new pilot design also lends itself to decambering the ski because it sits directly on the top of the ski. Despite being a freeflex system it still lends itself to stiffening the center of the ski unlike the older version of the pilot system that was a push to try to effect the flex of the ski as little as possible... rather the new version is a system that manipulates the ski flex, which is the ideal situation. Salomon finally hit something with the newer Pilot system, and i know for a fact that you will see it start to pop up on their retail race line for next season. I am very intrigued to ski the new line of Pilot skis, and i should be able to within the next few weeks, snow permitting.