I actually like the photo from MTT in the fresh better for overall form than the groomed photo. The inside hand is still a bit back, but you've lost the counterrotation in the upper body, which is a good thing to lose for a big turn. Inside shoulder could be a bit higher, but get it higher through bending your spine, not moving your hips. You still look like you're swinging the arms to pole-plant. I really would try losing any semblance of a pole-plant on your GS-style turns for a bit; also, maybe watch some GS-race footage in addition to some TGR Alaska footie, you'll see that a lot of people don't even flick their wrist anymore, and even people like Maier and Paerson [sp?], while they do flick the pole, generally don't actually plant, and flick only through the wrist.
Regarding using the inside ski, remember, the outside ski is always stronger, so an outside-ski dominant turn is what you want where it's really steep or when making a really hard, laid-over turn while going really fast (on either grommers or soft snow). The inside ski shines for support but gets weighted progressibely more, up to 50/50, as things flatten and/or straighten out. You look like you're using both skis well and they're parallel, so I wouldn't be too conscious of how you're weighting the skis at this point.