>>I think the indicators for this turn would be somewhat different.<<
They would indeed, Slatz. It would be an interesting project to create indicators for many different types of turns and conditions. As I've said before, the same movement patterns that create very outside-ski-dominant pressure on grippy, firm snow, as in the example I illustrated above, will create 50:50 pressure distribution in bottomless powder, or glare ice, as the outside ski breaks away somewhat, moving pressure to the inside ski.
The exercise of "Railroad Track" turns would show more equal pressure distribution. Step turns or other turns with an ACTIVE weight transfer movement would show a quicker, complete weight transfer from one ski to the other. Turns with "active unweighting" would show the total combined pressure on both skis adding to less than 100% of the skier's weight during the unweighted phase. And so on....
The example above shows probably something typical of what I feel at moderate speeds on firm, grippy snow on a typical groomed blue run when linking carved turns. It should NOT be construed as a "goal" for others, or other conditions, speeds, or terrain!