Man that was scary as shit! Seems like you made a very quick decision to point em fall line and held onto a good deal of composure. I think I would've screamed like a little girl and probably would've continued across and thrown myself into that exposure like a spider monkey.
I liked on the freeskier link you talked about your decision making process and the steps you took prior to skiing the line. I think people should talk more about those decisions. So many yahoos with no real understanding of snowpack and what mountains are capable of just sending it.
This is more of a general question, but KC I'd like your input: You said the day before you had skied the same zone. What's that selection process like? Do you guys dig pits (even quick ones) on various aspects to get a feel? Just ski cut everything and kick cornices? Just know the terrain and snowpack well enough where it's more of an intuitive decision coupled with avy forecasting for that day/elevation/aspect?
I'd assume on a big project with a big budget there'd by guides/snow safety people who work with the same terrain day in and day out, but with a crew like Voleurz are you just relying on one another to make terrain decisions?