I'll echo this sentiment from Whiteroom & HM.
To each their own. Blue ice & bumps are the two things I really try to avoid. As in I'd quit skiing if I had to contend with them on a regular basis. A few bumps in entry areas or on the way to skiing, fine. Any more than that & I'm finding someplace else to go or something else to do.
Echoing some of the other comments above - since I strive to avoid bumps, why would I do anything at all to optimize skiing them if it compromises having the most fun skiing what I want to ski?
In short: bumps = skier sewage and indicate a mountain taken below its potential due to overuse. It is beyond me how mountains have been able to market the detritus of overcrowding as some sort of a benefit. And why anyone enjoys thrashing around in same. But, as I said above, to each their own...