Thanks for the info.
When I lived in Tahoe I could get down the groomed part of KT-22 on a snowboard but I never had much grace or speed. It's been a few years now, I was chillin with a couple of girls I knew from Seattle at Crystal Mountain the other day so I just did some light blue runs with them, I never fell but I could tell there was some things I needed to work on.
The two things I need to work on is going straight and fast so I never get caught out on flats. And just trusting that transition when I momentarily flat base that I'm not going to catch an edge.
So i'll work on staying centered, putting weight on my front foot, leading with my shoulder, staying flexed and it should be a good powder day!