If we dissect Holiday's video into parts, there are some parts that look prettier than others. Where it looks like the skier wants to go a certain way and the mountain wants the skier to go that way too, it looks prettier than where the skier is deliberately resisting; some of the speed control isn't as pretty as other parts of the skiing.
I just have to search my memory to last saturday for a better example, unfortunately no video, but it's the thought that counts. Snow conditions were very good and the snow was pushed into piles of grippy snow, but not what I would call moguls. As you may know I recently got my old P50 F1s on the hill and they work so much better at speed than my SCs. I had taken the SCs out of the car as I was skiing with my daughter who skis very conservatively around other skiers. I was coming up on the last steep drop before the run-out to the lift line, having turned perpendicular to the fall line to give myself a little time to scout it out and make sure I wasn't going to run over a line of ski-school children snaking their way across the entire hill. Normally I would have just dropped in without thought, but I got to thinking, "These SCs weren't really made for 50 mph turns through clumps of snow." So, despite the fact that there was a completely open slope below me I decided to dump some speed. I made two braking turns, before pointing them at the bottom. I bashed my way through a few piles of snow while braking and turning across the hill (the nature of the surface alternating between big pile of snow and scraped off hard-pack causing a somewhat stataco braking effect), and then pointed my skis down and snaked my way through the crud piles. The breaking turns were I think technically proficient, but also, I think looked ugly. The snaking down the hill, I think looked prettier (even though I can only see them in my mind). Both types of turns done with the same degree of ineptitude, but different levels of aestetic beauty.
Fighting the mountain = ugly. Skiing in harmony with the mountain = pretty.