Self analytical here. I've been skiing now since May last year.
December 22nd 2015 I suffered a full rupture of my ACL and within 3 weeks of physio therapy with the Swiss, I was back on skis. This is currently how I look on what is roughly a blue run (easy section of a red run it is)
What I have to notice here is my stance is too wide when I am stepping on the right ski (my injured leg) and when I step on the left ski I am much cleaner, but there's still a lot to fix.
For example, opening the right knee towards the slope more to match the edge angles. The initiation is feeling good but the friend I was with (who also happens to be an instructor) said I should work on commitment forwards and not just up. This is now hopefully cleaned out even more.
Working on it though!