I think we danced around it enough guys . Here (from 2 different posts) are the two small bits of brilliance that I think sums it up (if you dive just a bit deeper.)
When you tip the inside foot as the move that triggers everything else (and along with everything else that goes with a good turn) the RESULTANT ROTATION of the femur is just that.....Resultant....not active. The knee on that side points, it has to to create an O-Frame. The only question now is, how much does it point? And the answer is....not much and for a very short period of time. Once the move is made the sequence has started.
As far as getting the inside knee (further inside) as a second move (a result of the tipping of the foot which would be the first) assuming the ski is allowed to become light at that point a lot of great things happen. The CM drops to the inside so both skis can edge. I think the biggest advantage of working the inside knee first is that it gets the inside leg out of the way of the stance skis leg and frees you to move the CM to the inside of the turn as far as you want creating an awesome edge angle.
(you guys let me know when you want to switch legs and cover the other knee)