I see some nice high edge angles and great angulation in the fall line. You left a nice set of carved tracks in front of the camera. There are also lots of little signs of great skiing like level hands, consistent speed control and a good rhythm.
The biggest opportunity for you to move to the next level is your turn initiation. Your first move is moving the upper body into the new turn. The most commonly successful route to improvement is to focus on finishing your turns with your skis out of all the fall line more. This will help you achieve more feel of getting your feet more involved in turn initiation (e.g. tipping the feet onto the new edge angle versus having the upper body pull the feet onto the new edge angle). There are other signs of opportunities for improvement like your weight a little back as you leave the last turn, some skidding, some sequentialness of edge change, some variation in stance width and the items noted by the racers. Because a lot of these items fit together, working on any of these can also yield rewards.
You don't need to do anything with this skiing. As sr55 says - "where do you want to go?"