I also like the idea of being more dynamic. "release to relax" as Holiday says: getting that old stance leg to relax, so you can tip it into the new turn. It allows you to be more dynamic, pulls your COM down the hill, over the skis, and puts you right at the front of the boot, ready for the next turn. I found that being dynamic doesn't take a ton of muscular effort if you use gravity to your advantage: I can make an up-movement to release, a down movement for a quick transition, or a neutral slow release from the old turn, tipping the old stance foot into the new turn and letting the turn come to me.
I posted an MA last season http://forums.epicski.com/showthread...t=dawgcatching
and the suggestions of releasing down the hill were the ones that helped me the most. It allowed me to partially eliminate the A-frame at the end of the turn and be ahead of the skis, instead of the catching up rushed turns that you see in the video. A couple of weeks after shooting this video, I had incorporated the "relax to release" into my skiing much more effectively, and I was skiing what felt like 10x better after the feedback: turns were rounder, I was more ahead of the skis instead of playing catch-up.