You know, I agree with someone up above who said they'd like to see a mogul comp on a non-seeded run - it's a very different buggar. 3 years ago there was a competition seeded run on one of the runs to the left of the 6 chair at Breck (some local teams were using it for training - it had the big jumps and all built in). I saw it and thought, "what the heck?" (Note: it wasn't roped off, it was just there, and I did ski around the jumps - I like me my moguls, but I tried catching big air and landing in moguls exactly once - not doing it again.) Anyway, I zipperlined straight down it, and I normally don't (can't) zipperline moguls. It was actually much easier than skiing the non-competition, irregularly shaped and placed moguls to the left or right of the course. Now granted, I biffed it *really* hard one mogul from the bottom (looking 2 turns ahead in moguls is great, but I was looking ahead, saw "no more turns" and forgot that I still had two more turns to make before I was actually in the "no more turns" area), but I'm far more impressed watching great mogul skiers pound natural runs than I am watching WC mogul comps. They get great air, do great tricks, and landing in moguls after doing that is really, really damn hard - but the moguls themselves? Not a big deal.