JR - I'm a "terminal intermediate". Most of what they say is spot on.
Against that is the fact that if you're there during the week, you've got the place mostly to yourself. You can make some serious speed runs that'll be longer than your legs can stand.
I think it's got a good variety of terrain for those like me, who aren't necessarily comfortable on blacks full of big bumps, or deep chopped up powder. I really can't comment on the high black stuff.
Snow is an issue though. If they have good coverage, skiing's great. If not, there's ice and bare spots just about anywhere.
Its location isn't so bad. If you decide there's not enough variety, it's about an hour to Kicking Horse or Kimberley, two and a half to Lake Louise or Sunshine, and 4 or so to Fernie.
In summary, it's the mountain I've probably got more miles on than any other. The vast majority have been good miles, lots of fun.