I think for an intermediate-advanced skier, who thinks trees are fun, it COULD be the best resort in Utah. If it had another 500' or so of vert, it probably WOULD be the best intermediate-advanced mountain.
The trees are skiable basically anywhere, and there's nowhere an low-mid advanced couldn't escape from without much trouble (unlike Snowbird). Most terrain doesn't require much traversing either. And the powder in the trees lasts for days, where it's gone in hours in LCC.
If your below the low-mid advanced level, Park City or the gondolas at Snowbasin might be more the ticket. If you're a true expert Snowbird, Solitude, and Snowbasin are more your ticket.