Thanks you both for the new input. As I have a new vid to post I'll response after receiving some more new input.
Just came back from skiing. As suggested I worked on what's on my focus list. The new feeling is that therusty's finding seems very helpful. My right turns seems too backward and therefore the inside skis takes over. My left turns seems too forward and therefore ended up tip pivoting or checking.
Here's an update: What I did was:
1. Reducing some Tongue pressure, finish the turns more & do more upper / lower body seperation is probably my next focus
2. Re-adjust fore/aft balance to my left and right turns.
What I like: seem's more time in fall line
What I don't like: seems like there is a traverse as I complete the turns more?
skis: Head iXRC 1200i on icy intermediate slopehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnFOdWrogDE
I happen to find a race course with no one in. Its set on the side of a black run in Solden, Austria. Here is my first attempt. What I see is that I need to scrub off some speed right after the gates in the steeper section to feel comfortable. May be due to the skis(My skis is floppy, I don't want it to take too much G.force) may be just lack of experience or lack of skill? I am not sure. Does the short comings in the vid relates to my short turns as well?
skis: Head iXRC 1200i on icy black slopehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDrkMwSUaoE