Originally Posted by Schussboelie
I would venture to say your "A-framing" (we're talking about the lower leg stance, right?) might just be your natural physical stance.
Maybe try a narrower stance (feet closer together). That's the first thing that I noticed. bwpa is also on to something with regards the need for more rounded turns. I see you cluncking into the next bump which hurts your ability to ski the 'line'.
One more thing that helps me when skiing bumps is to stand up with really good posture and lead with the chest. That firmness will transfer right down your body to the skis. Try it, it might help. Before you make your first turn, go to that position as a 'set'.
Very fine skiing, good luck!
Oh, and btw, I am not qualified to do MA. I do ski the bumps, slow line fast, most of the time.