But your desire to load more weight on one ski for the purpose of making it bend is pretty much opposite of how I think about skiing powder, and so for me...its hyper. In powder I strive for even weighting. Is it always 50/50, undoubtedly not. I'm sure it varies quite a bit, but at no time am I intentionally trying to put more weight on the outside ski to make it bend more.
Regarding your other comments about old school skiing and new equipment, etc.. they are unfounded and ridiculous...
Experienced it last week in thick slush. At first skiing in my normal way with a lot of pressure on the outside ski, it digs in, stays behind and forces the upperbody in a undesired forward motion.
Then adjusting and standing on both feet, skiing with less pressure an less edgeangle, the skis slice very comfortably through the ****, leaving a nice trail behind.