That's a great list Mike, thanks. Experts visiting Summit County should consider it a checklist of must do terrain! After that head to Vail's back bowls for an easy day.
I find it really hard to believe that anyone who skied that list wouldn't think Summit has amazing expert terrain. But there are always haters, and people who think some of the girls in the SI swimsuit issue are a bit too fat.
As for your heresy Mike, add being ambivalent about Alta to the list!
I've skied every run on Mike's list and don't consider any of them with the exception of Lake Chutes (maybe windows) to be truly expert terrain. My kids (currently 8 and 10) have skied every run on this list and skied most of those runs before they were 6 years (certainly every run at Copper) old with the exception of the Lake Chutes and they still haven't skied most of that (since LC is a large group of lines)
Fun terrain, advanced skier terrain... yes but nothing like what you find in Highlands bowl, all over T-ride and CB or anywhere in LCC or JH, or Squaw.
I find the girls in the SI swimsuit issue too skinny for my tastes although I haven't looked in years. I prefer real women not anorexic girls.
Sorry Mike I like Alta better than Snowbird...not that Snowbird isn't great...I have my reasons though as I am sure everyone else does as well. There is certainly no denying that Snowbird has more and longer steep a$$ terrain than Alta.