thanks for letting us have a look. This is probably going to get a lot of different feedback. There are a number of things worth talking about. But I will focus on just the one thing that seems most critical here, in my view of the world.
I would really like to see you eliminate the up-unweight at the top of each turn. There is a lot that goes along with how to get you there because right now you're relying heavily on your up-unweight to get your skis completely weightless so that you can swing the tails around and then catch yourself on the bottom half of the turn with heavy edging. In order to ski without this pop extension you will have to do quite a transformation to your skiing that is beyond the scope of this thread, unless we manage to debate ourselves there point by point. heh.
With the pop extension you have now, you're weightless in the top half of the turn, your skis are useless when they are weightless. So all of your control is in the bottom 1/2 or 1/3 of the turn. The top half or more of the turn you have no control whatsoever because your ski edges aren't really engaged, you're just pivoting like crazy in an attempt to get the skis pointed back across the fall line in the opposite direction.
I think you need to work on your transition and for this skiing situation I would recommend an OLR type of transition. After you learn this transition (and there is a lot to learn there), then you will have a means to do these turns without a pop extension. Then you start to talk about early edge engagement in the top half of the turn, less hucking your body into space at the top of each turn, a more quiet upper body, and then we could talk about more about the finer aspects of counter, anticipation, skiing into it, where your pole plants are, etc..
But my recommendation is that you find out everything you can about an OLR transition and work on it.