That's the best looking avalanche debris I've ever seen.
At first the first clip looked like it had a lot of skidding going on, but as you got closer it looked a lot better. Go figure. Yes it still looks a lot like you from 4 years ago. The distance between the legs looks like it changes a lot, but it's a bit of an illusion. What I'm seeing here is that you are occasionally getting the outside foot hanging back creating tip lead in the fall line and riding the inside ski. We're also seeing a bit of excess hinge at the waist. Balance against the outside ski more and you'll get less tip lead in the fall line, more of the outside ski crossing under your transitions and less of that hip bend. Drill - right foot tracer turns (keep weight 99% on right foot).
I really like how your range of motion and flexibility allows greater steering control of the skis and higher edge angles. Simultaneous edge change except for that one spot in the second clip coming right at the camera. You know, if you had worked on collapsing the new inside leg as part of the turn initiation movement like I asked 4 years ago, this would not be happening. I'll bet your wedge turns are not flattening the inside ski. Just sayin'