Just my opinions:
1. Powder seems to be an overvalued commodity. I hope the new wave of POV videos coming out showing rockstar moves in "real everyday skier" conditions start shifting the movement away from AK spine, huck this, powder pillow that, spin off a 30 footer into deep bliss. I have more fun on fast, chalky, wind blown, "crud", etc..When I crave powder turns, I grab my AT setup and hit the bc! Never been disappointed there :)
2. Ripping on snowboarders going down Reso? I ski that stuff at least a couple time/week and have not hit a patch where there is no snow because a snowboarder pushed it all to the bottom. I see the same thing with the snowboarders and skiers. But, I guess I don't know that kids story. Maybe he's here on vacation from Indiana, and this run is his epic run of the trip. He'll download the "footie" and show all his friends; he'll be proud. I don't want to piss all over that. I'll just ski to the left and huck into "crud" and bumps :)
3. Reading between the lines of the original post: living in SuCo I feel a certain sense of responsibility toward our visitors; that is, I try to be kind, patient and positive. I know the bar is going to come down - SO WHAT. I know there will be a pileup getting off the chair - SO WHAT. I know they will slide slip, sit under the roller, smoke weed, not understand how roundabouts work, not understand how to load a lift, etc... SO WHAT. Set the expectations lower and it's amazing how differently things look. A lot of the visitors mark their ski trip months in advance, train in the gym, dream about their epic run, and come out to enjoy the experience. I'd rather give to that experience than take away.