Well to me it really comes down to this:
As a racer his goal is to ski the course as fast as possible.
When I watch that video he skis the section coming into "52" fast, he skis "52" fast, and set up to ski the gates after 52 fast as well. So to me, it is great skiing.
The fact the inputs, dont line up with what we consider to be the "norm" is irrelevant, becuase the outcome was great,,in this case a fast high line. To me this is a great example of being "Creative" and getting outside the comfort zone. Pushing the boundaries...we work the tail of the ski, we work fore/aft balance to our benefit...this guy just takes it to a higher level....kinda common on WC slalom really. Ligtey for example is a master of it. To me this is what "creativity" is all about...this is where "right/wrong" really do get blurred. This to me is what that elusive "Creativity" people here talk about really is....using old wedge progessions from the 70s isnt creative at all, it is just out of touch.