Conditions were very good on both days, although some thin spots were visible on the trail leading to Ball Hooter lift.
Lifts: Hope they put another detachable quad in the main face. Ball Hooter (the only detachable quad in the main face) was impossible. The out-of-the-way Grabhammer (a triple) was never full, so it was a good trade-off for the quad -- slower but no waiting lines.
My hope is that the "Shoe" courtesy patrol do a better job of:
a. Ensuring "snowplowers" keep to the blues and greens
b. Somehow get some in the Boarding community to understand that sitting down in a line that obstructs three fourths of the trail width, and downhill from a drop-off where there is no downhill visibility until the drop, is neither a safe nor courteous thing to do