So in a way it was an active pressure management move which I could also say about foot to foot weight management since we allowed the two legs to extend at different rates. That being said it wasn't an active weight transfer in the normal sense of the term. It felt more like a passive weight transfer but again that's a perception. Which term applies best? Neither! My experience is that the either / or idea is a myth (sorry Michael) and they only represent opposite ends of a spectrum of possible choices.
Blending is the topic here so Bud I hope you see this post in the spirit I intended, myths usually involve black and white thinking and blending usually involves thinking in terms of shades of grey. For those shades to be seen we often need to abandon the myths that suggest a world of only two possibilities.
No worries JASP as I actually see it the same way. Carefully defining the specifics of PWT isn't about making it a Way to Ski, it's about defining where that other end of the spectrum is. Active Weight Transfer has been one of those long-lived things we've heard about and defined forever. The PWT thing hasn't nearly the coverage of AWT so it's still off the radar for many.
No question that it's a gray scale with skier intent and each turn's context presenting its own opportunity for choice along the scale.