Who is that guy? 'cause he's not the same guy I skied with at Squaw 6 years ago! Nice turns dchan!
I did get a good laugh at the run through the gates though
The first run in the bumps was right on. I don't know if the next couple of runs were on steeper pitches, but the sking made it look that way. Study the video from the 1st run, and try to apply the same movement patterns when it gets steeper. There's no reason you can't, other than the 6" between your ears. Remember to extend and control the turn as you are coming down the back of the bump and suck it up as you go up the front (you know this, just keep applying it when they get steeper, and don't let yourself slide and slam). In that last bump run, when you were skiing slowly (with the kid), as you slowed down, you reverted to a pronounced up-and-over move. Sure, it works when you're moving that slowly because you're not going to pop off the top of the bump, but try to keep the same smooth absorbtion that you showed in the first run. As you crest the bumps you should see a compact frame with legs as flexed as they're going to get, then becoming fully extended when you are in the trough.