Hey Graydogg, stick around. For every manipulative, thin-skinned psiazombie on this board, there's plenty of people who're interested in your information and who know how to turn down the 'white noise'.
Bob Barnes's homehill... what's the name of that cute little place in Mars Hill between the tater fields again? BigRock? FlatRock? Great memorys...
Guru: "The only thing that can be harder is mental..."
Yeah, I've always found it MUCH easier controlling myself on 45 degree raincrust than on that beastly 10 degree stuff.
Timber - If you're self-motivated and don't want to spend a ton then Philths suggestion is the best - find some locals at a _steep_ hill and start doing laps. Colorado does not have any steeps BTW, so don't bother looking there for that kind of camp.
If you like the group-organized thingy, then SCSA & Lucky's suggestion, the Egan/Delaurier camps looked like they were run very professionally. They do them at different locations in NA thru the season. They seem to cater to advanced and expert skiers who haven't yet much steep experience. They video during the day and critique at a quiet bar apres ski with generally good enthusiastic instruction.
If you like the group thingy and are a very good skier, again Philths advice on Coombs' Verbier or La Grave camps probably as good as you'll find anywhere.