OK, so I definitely hope I get some powder days when out in Colorado, so I can learn powder.
Now I would love to huck off some small things definitely. I am sure if I am able to ski powder, the small things no problem.
However that being said, speed is your friend, knowing how far you will travel and where you will land is important. Experiance is the only way to acheive this.
Hands down and in front, knees up in chest, look for the landing and extend towards it and DO NOT TRY AND SLOW DOWN RIGHT AWAY !. let yourself land and run, then worry about speed checking.
I know from experiance your first reaction is going to be HOLY CRAP slow down as soon as you land and this isn't going to help. I try to remember as long as you are in the air is how long it usually take to regain composure and then you can turn and slow.
So make sure you hucks have good run outs, and relax, be loose, let it flow, don't fight it.