I thought the camp was great and I definitely recommend it! (And I guess I learned something because both Saturday and this morning my husband and one of our friends watched my skiing and responded with an "OMG that was great - the best I've ever seen you ski. Steeps Camp must have really done something for you."
There were groups for everyone from advanced-intermediate up to expert (one guy in my group was full-on amazing.) I was in the top group and we worked on everything from tight turns for "normal" chutes on up to chutes that were narrow enough they required straightlining to the runout, and we spent some time learning techniques for jumping. The mortals in the group were working on 6-12' drops and Mike (our crazy, young, ex-racer type) dropped a couple of 30'-40' cliffs. We also did a few drills on the groomers and worked on techniques for crus, breakable crust, ice and powder - all dependent on the snow conditions of course! (And we had all of the above over the period of 4 days.) From what I saw of the other groups they were working on wider chutes, tree skiing, bumps and steeps.
Judging from the terrain that you are comfortable with you'd fit in fine in one the middle groups - they have you fill out a detailed survey to figure out where to start you and then run all the groups near each other for the first run to make sure everyone is matched up well. My group ended up with 4 people, but there were other groups with as few as two people in them. I was really impressed with all of the coaches (and if anyone is looking for an advanced/expert private lesson I'd definitely recommend Joey!)
Overall, I thought the camp was a pretty good value too. $500 (lift tickets not included since I have a pass) covered 4 days of instruction, video analysis, rapelling off the cliff lodge, avalanche seminar and avy dog search demonstration, beacon drills, backcountry skiing if conditions allow, 4 lunch vouchers, one full dinner, two light dinners, 6 coupons for free demos at the various rental shops at the Bird, giveaways, and maybe the most fun perk - an early pre-public tram every day and line cutting. Sunday was a beautiful powder day and that first tram was an experience I'll never forget. I skied right behind the Director of Operations with a completely untouched mountain in front of me.
Wow - talk about a nice warm-up run - face shots on every turn on a groomer! The last 2 runs of the day somehow ended up being even better than the first - Joey found a beautiful powder shot that had completely filled back in and they were probably my best two runs of the year at that point. Great note to end the camp on!
Definitely give it a try! Hopefully afterwards you'll be feeling a lot more confident about skiing Eagles Nest and Supreme Bowl!