I want something that's good for steeps, chutes, cliffs, etc., not just one thing specifically.
When I was at JHole a sidestep ramp had been built into Corbet's in the place where skiers normally drop in (skiers' right) (and was also in the way of skier's left) so there was pretty much nowhere to drop in. It ended in a several foot drop and an immediate 180 degree turn. Hoping to get back to JH sometime this Winter when there's not a ramp in the way, it was really disappointing not being able to drop in. And the highest drop I've done is 10 feet or so but I'm ready for Corbet's depending on the conditions/when it can be dropped in from skier's right.
People say Corbet's is 45-55 degrees and I skied that, T3, and the Alta Chutes. T3 is steeper than Corbet's, and some of the Alta Chutes (or at least one of them) are a lot steeper than T3.
TheDad, just watched Gnar, very awesome movie, thanks for posting. I'm not pretending to be as good of a skier as those people yet, but that is exactly the type of terrain I am talking about.