jarpil, welcome back to the sport! I like what I'm seeing in your skiing. Very athletic movements, with a good ability to load the skis then extract energy/pop out of them and let them pass under your body for the new turn.
As for critique on how to improve, I'll second what Kneale said. Mix up your turn shape. You're doing what you do well, but if that's all you do it will limit how you can move about on the slope. In the days of the straight ski turn shape limitations were imposed upon us by the lack of sidecut in the ski. Now, with shape skis, we have the luxury of carving a much larger variety of turn radii through the application of various amounts of edge angle. Go ahead and experiment with that, it's a lot of fun. Tip the skis low and ride a big, fast, large radius turn. Tip them high on edge and feel how they reduce the radius and really crank you through a sharp, high G turn.
Then play around with your degree of turn. Execute some turns that finish barely out of the falline, some in which you keep turning until you're actually turning back uphill, and every variation inbetween. And mix different radii and degree of turn to expand your turn shape options even further.
Play around with this turn shape thing. Change on the fly. Really put these new skis, and yourself, to the test. See what the 3 of you can do.