I know from experience I can handle pretty much any single diamond out there, but there are areas on that mountain where the average joe might think one route was fine and then he ventures over to another area not expecting what he might be in for. I know previously, areas off scott and much of the area traversed skiers left off of the summit chair can get hairy pretty quick if you don't know where you're going.
My first few trips to AM I regarded these areas as expert terrain, I knew my limits and stayed away. I learned this the hard way 5 years ago because I ventured left off of wolverine and there was no climbing back. Mind you, wolverine or any of the open bowls I have no problems with. Anyways, I managed carefully, hucked a few boulders and got back to my comfort zone safely, but boy was I awake after that run. (Waterfall/sisters)
This said, I wonder how this may impact the safety of some skiers out there where one single diamond marked area is not really a single diamond? I haven't been to AM in three years as I've been deployed every ski season, grrrr, but maybe they have signs up now or something to forward the skier who is not familiar with the mountain?