I'm open to your method. I use it often. I don't use it exclusively for reasons i've explained in this thread. I've used it for years. It wasn't born in Sun Valley. It wasn't invented by Joey Cordeau. It's not the only way to approach Moguls. You could improve your own skiing by learning other techniques. Bottom line.
The bottom line here is the only way to control speed while carrying speed down a direct fall line on a mogul run, without resorting to physical pounding/abuse/severe edge checking/slamming, is to make QCT's that track the "yellow line" over the tops and down the backsides of the moguls where the skier chooses the best snow/location to turn in.
The only techniques I'm interested in are the ones that will improve my QCT, like Geoffda's suggestions on release timing and movements, which is the foundation of SVMM.
I'm in agreement with tdk6, the only techniques, other than SVMM, that are aimed at improving a skiers mogul skiing skills are limited to variations of rut slamming/deflecting techniques that all lead to making an edge check/skid at basically the same location near the bottom of the rut/mogul side. Been there, done that, and it does nothing for me as it basically leads to pounding and allowing the turns of previous skiers to dictate where the turn is made.
I agree that skiing the "yellow line" over the tops probably wasn't invented or first done in Sun Valley, but the skiers here have concentrated on developing/refining the technique to it's current level of execution. SVMM is based on established PSIA turning techniques that skiers can use to access more difficult terrain. I'll repeat again, we don't know of any program, group, or individual promoting this technique to ski non-groomed expert terrain. We call it SVMM and is being taught successfully through the Sun Valley Freestyle Team to aspiring young members enabling them to be versatile well rounded competitive mogul skiers. I'm sure there will be others following the lead.