Aerials isn't skiing. The kicker practically sets your trick for you, they just have to make the spin happen. They have basically no general skiing ability either - Canada has had word cup aerialists who get taken straight out of gymnastics and to a water ramp. Slap a pair of skis on their feet and you have a champion. A lot of them learn to ski after they start competing.
Big air actually requires that you have general skiing stance if you want to survive when you jump. And there is no such thing as a big air skier that doesn't compete in any other discipline of skiing - freeskiing pros are complete skiers, aerialists are gymnasts.
I highly respect their sport and what they do, but it is NOT skiing.
"You only have 6 posts, so you should probably go with the griffon, seeing that someone with such low posts would never need anything over 12 din. I mean I have just over 100 posts and ski 14 din binders, so u would have to work your way up, smell what I'm steppin' in.......... " - theNUTZ