In the early season when neither of the other two are open and it's nearly 100% with all natural snow, it compares really well!
Seriously, though, it is a much smaller hill vertically than Taos or Purg. It has some hike-to terrain and is best known for its natural in-bounds, backcountry style "waterfall" area. It's known to be not steep, although you can find some short, very steep shots if you go wandering. great tree skiing and usually, wonderful, deep, dry snow. It is the southern Rockies mini-Targhee i suppose. A great place to learn to ski powder because the snow is natural and deep, but the pitches are not intimidating (as long as trees don't scare you.) It is a real mom and pop kind of resort with minimal base area (which is why I like it). Home made food in the cafeteria and a warm, community vibe.