Krongros - You gotta respect what you get. Moseley did so much for freeskiing. Granted, he might not portray it in the exact way it should, most people couldn't do that task because to everyone freeskiing is different. You also gotta dish him some respect, because aside from the olympics and his video game, he has brought skiing up front in other ways. He hosted and completely sponsored two massive invitationals, both of which were aired on national television. That definitely oughta give you props. There are only three other comps that I can think of off the top of my head and that's USFSO, XGames, and Gravity Games, I'm prolly missin some, but you get the general idea. He is showing off the sport in a way that he sees it most marketable to the general public. It may not agree with us, but nonetheless, he has drawn several to the parks and brought more glory to the sport. These are the kind of images we need in the sport, regardless if he is following trends. He didn't just get in this for the girls, he got in for it for the same reason as you and i, because he saw it appealing. He took time off because he also wanted to focus on his mogul career and training for Salt Lake.
Sugarloafer19 - It just sounds like you're jealous. Lately, he has been showing a little more moguls because that's what he's best with, but two years ago, he was the main freeskiing icon to the mainstream population. He really helped our sport, and he needs to be respected for that.