well your pretty nice, normally I am too, once I know that the people will return to the resort anyway, I show them the medium good runs, once they have hucked some cliffs with me, and I can be confident that they rip it even in the really steep (60°-70°, you will not find this usually in Austria due to avalanche danger, but my favourite resort is well below 2000m and inside a forest) I may guide them to the real stuff, favour return, but you don't want the wannabees skidding down the really steep stuff, massacering the landings, and getting the stones out.
So always try to scare them off, elite stays elite, coming up is hard. 5 years ago, there were basically no boarders who went down really difficult stuff, most skiers were old and reasonable, so me and my friends had it all for ourself, but times have changed, someone must have brought the message to Vienna (the next really big city), so those city people show up too -- I hate em
The only thing which frightens me in this resort is that the lift patrollers don't show up before 16.00. So if you get hurt, you will wait very long if it is not immeadiate.
Friends of mine were trapped between and needed a 50m rope to get down, had to freeze 5 hours at -10°C. It was so steep that they were afraid to move, they got pretty frozen but wanting to be cool and not taking the helicopter, they said they can wait till patrollers show up.