I'm guessing there will be a bit of a split in the types of skiers, the ones who just go all out style and keep the tricks simple and steezy, and the ones that try to push the corks and tech tricks as far as they can
"It isnt about me its about you, her, him. its about the mountains the blue skies. its about living without regrets without fear and hate. its about living, loving, and dying but never thinking about it." - Billy Poole [RIP]
There'll come a time when the human body can't take it anymore - physically. Whether we want it or not, you can't go 100mph over a booter, throw in a quad-cork and land that shit. Especially 'small guys' like Harlaut (who are light) , they'll just get swept out of mid air I reckon (just an assumption).
But in 4 years the bigger and better stage will stagnate. No bigger, just scarier and more technical probably.