I'm going to be presumptuous here and speak for people with no consent whatsoever. oops. Everyone that has posted in this thread that I know/believe I've read to have a racing background (doublediamond, heluva, reilly, rick, now me.. apologies if i've mischaracterized anyone) has claimed your skiing in the video is 'mellow'... to summarize politely.
I don't have any video taken on terrain as mellow as that in the video to put up or shut up (and since I live in skiing hell, I can't get any for you. Sorry.), but I can say categorically that any decent racer (say, under 175 pts) could make clean carved turns at the speed and radius of your turns with their slalom skis on, with any body position you wanted them to have. You are demonstrating technically clean, precise turns, and everyone with an instruction background has noted this. I believe the qualm that people (racers) have with the skiing they see is that there is no purpose behind the super-analysed technique. We believe that those turns don't require the technique you're demonstrating.
Yes, you claim you're just trying to keep your hands up... and we get that. You want to keep your hands up, and that was your only goal. At the same time, Heluva or doublediamond could have made those turns with hands up, down, left, right, wherever. I could video myself walking around my apartment with my hands up, and it would be only marginally less instructive; for a skier of your level, park and ride turns are not terribly helpful or interesting.
Finally, to address the notion that skiing has to be full of testosterone to be good... No, it certainly doesn't have to be full of testosterone; nobody's critisizing you for not hucking off of something in hte middle of the run, straightlining a narrow chute, or bashing bumps. However, skiing with high edge angles and upper-lower body separation is hardly 'testosterone filled'. Generating powerful arcs is not some young-men-only parlor trick. It is CERTAINLY higher level skiing, more exciting to watch, and more likely to bring out flaws in your technique than the low edge angle carving that you posted. Yes, skiing slowly can bring out technique flaws.... but if you really honestly think that 99% of good skiers can't make the turns demonstrated here, well, I feel way better about my skiing.
Ok, well, I haven't said all that I want to say, but I've been writing for too long anyway. I don't mean to offend anyone - I'm attempting to explain the position taken by many in this thread. If your sole goal in posting a video is to receive constructive criticism in what you already do well (ie. turns like hte ones you're demonstrating here), great. You've received it. The alternate perspective is that your skiing could be improved greatly from the video we saw (and I'm sure you have more dynamic skiing elsewhere); you've continued to dismiss these critiques outright and in a manner not dissimilar to Highway Star's. Food for thought.