Ok, you've obviously misunderstood something that I've written somewhere. I'm not saying the quality is lacking; I'm saying the quantity is lacking. It's like your favorite meal: no matter how good it is, you probably don't want to eat the same thing for lunch and dinner every day for a week. At some point, you'll probably crave some variety.
I'll keep in mind what you're saying about stepping up one's game the next time I meet up with my mom to do some skiing. Even though she's 63 and her legs can't handle anything more than groomed blues because of past sports injuries, I'll tell her that she just needs to step up her game and stop complaining that I've taken her to La Grave for a week. I might get a chance to do the same with my nephew next March. I don't care if he's only 6 and there's limited visibility above tree line when it snows; if we're going to Val d'Isere and it's dumping, then we're going off piste.
I think where you're mistaken is thinking my original response was to you - it wasn't. It was in response to TQA saying this: "There is no resort in the USA or Canada that can compare with the top 15 / 20 European resorts in terms of lifts and terrain."
It's a ridiculous statement (and yes, I'm aware of how much larger many Euro resorts are, but the "terrain" part is goofy.)