Hi Sarah -
I agree with all the previous posters who feel you are a good old-school skier, but need to go shorter and get on more modern gear if you want to carve your SR turns in the way you describe. With the amount of effort you are putting into those turns, you look like you're coming down a 20 foot wide, 45degree chute, not a blue or light black in-bounds run.
In addition, your comment about the tips of your 180 Head Cyber Ti's feeling soft sends up a red flag. I have found that people who use old-school technique and are used to old-school equipment usually feel that even semi-modern skis are much too soft for their smeared turns. Once you are carving your turns instead of smearing them, you'll want skis that are soft enough for you to bend into nice arcs when you get them up on edge, instead of remaining like 2 by 4's.
I used to own exactly the same skis, and found that not only was the sidecut radius much too large, something like 17 or 18 meters, if I recall, but they were way too stiff for effective SR carving, even at my massive 200+ lbs.
You look like you weigh a lot less than me
, so when you are looking at new skis, don't get freaked out if they feel much softer than you are used to.
BTW, I like your stance width.
(Mods - I don't know if this is an equipment or technique post. Move it wherever you feel it belongs.)