I'm almost at the same point in my progression, though the jumps I'm trying are a bit smaller. I've gotten to the point where I can almost completely clear the tabletop, just kissing off the end of it before hitting downward slope (with a split second whoa feeling in between as I hit the downward transition).
The thing is, I've wiped hard every time I've actually hit the downward slope on the landing. It seems to happen so fast I'm not even sure how I'm landing, but I do end up eating snow with my face when it happens. I can only describe the feeling as it seems my body is expecting that it should have already landed at a certain point but the ground is continuing to fall away from me so that is screwing up my brain somehow. The wipe outs of course put the fear of the jump back in me so I end up back to tabletop landings again until I build up enough courage for the next wipeout.
I'll have to try the faux toe side grab suggestion, but I'm hoping at some point things start to "slow" down through repetition and I can actually maybe start to become more aware of what I'm doing while I'm in the air. Also, is landing on the tabletop all the time actually counterproductive to learning since it's a bit different than landing on the downward slope? Glad I discovered this site btw.