I don't have a fast pass... and when I see people who do it doesn't really bug me. They made it so much more expensive this year ($200) I doubt there will be that many takers.
It's precisely the Northstar approach that I find so wrong. Once on the hill, everyone should be equal, IMO. buying special treatment just bothers me on the mountain. Maybe if they wore that special pass on their coat pocket, I could be absolutely certain not to help dig them out when they auger in on their first run and I come up behind. (I'm very helpful on the hill.)
I don't know about the great advantage of a business model that pisses so many other customers off. The antagonism spreads from the center of a bad action, leading to the "screw them" attitude.