Absolutely nothing wrong or out of the ordinary.
As a matter of fact, having some park skills makes you much more of a well-rounded skier. If you can do a few tricks in the park, then you TRULY can ski the whole mountain, as parks are a part of almost every mountain.
I too have lost my desire to learn new tricks... you're not going to see me out trying to learn doubles. I never even really was into that. As I've gotten older, I too have started to shred the trees, seek pow, and sometimes even just go out for some carving. Ski days now could even just be extremely recreational where I go out with a few friends, take a few runs, have a super long lunch, couple more runs and home.
However, I absolutely love that I do have a few park skills. Its extremely fun to go out and hit a big jumpline, maybe even do a 360 or shifty 1 or something... slide a few rails, bonk something and go back to doing whatever else might be there.
Having park knowledge gives you a playful approach to the entire mountain. There is nothing wrong about having newschool in your heart, but ski a wide range of different types of terrain.
I also watch edits all day long on this site.. .because damn I love watching how crazy shit is. You're not about to see me trying some of the nuts urban shit that LJ does though, but that is just how life goes.
You can enjoy watching football without trying to run the ball through an NFL linebacker.
newschool is a state of mind, not a style of skiing.