you seem to be referring to "BC shots" with the single mind-set of BC booters. which isn't really skiing. its going down a stomped out in run, off a jump, and then fandangleing your way down a pow landing until you run out of speed.
you also seem to carry the bias that rails-to-bc booters is a natural progression. so Level 1 would rather have a rail slayer who has never seen pow, rather than someone who rips BC lines and is comfortable-although-not-the-best-ever on rails?
this here missssstah luczkow was actually skiing. ever aspect of skiing. did you miss how he pillow tapped on a rock - sucked up for the double stager - then was still able to turn 45 degress to match the tranny? did you miss how comfortable he looked in the park? or the sunset booter session? the spinny flippy things off the roof? or the triple stager where he appeared like david blaine out of the powder blast? the big spins off the cliffs at the end?
sure Level 1 has dudes who rip in the park; but can they ski a nasty big mountain line? or can they just jib the shit out of anything be it in pow, park, or urban.....and never really got to develop the fullskillset of skiing?
just people that excel at one or two elements and can barely survive in the park or a nasty line. correct me if im wrong, but it appears that you are laying it out as a jib-based company and someone who can make turns is not needed?
i'd challenge Level 1 to produce a more enjoyable one-skier 6 minute segment that showcases all elements of what we take skiing to be. or admit that it appears Berman's program cannot fathom the all-around skillset of Matt Luczkow.