I have skiied all over North America and Europe for the past 30 years and currently live in the southern US. I have skiied in Revi every year since it opened in 2007/08.
To correct one of the above posts the original lead developer was from Denver. He knew and loved Revi from heliskiing over three decades. That commitment and passion meant leading and championing a development that eventually lost him and various partners a fair amount of cash in the 2008 credit crunch - not that it was very unusual situation for many real estate developments at the time. The hill and development is now owned and controlled by the Gilardi family who are quite good businessman and have a long and successful history in various hospitality, sports and real estate businesses and in provincial politics.
I know that the ownership change has been challenging for many owners but the Gilardi's have stood behind the project when they could have walked. They contnue to add various improvements on an annual basis, including several for this year. That said, I think the resort is one of the best I have skiied in terms of snow, terrain and lack of crowds. It is remote. It does not have extensive, chic apres ski and shopping which is actually part of its charm. It's an authentic, functioning lumber, railway and mining town with skiing tacked on. Its not some developer's and master planner's idea of what a mining town used to look like with a Starbucks and Prada. If you love skiing, prefer a wide open slope, minimal crowds, good snow and are not too worried about taking a few extra hours to get to Revi and do not need the most current apres ski and shopping then I highly recommend it. There are several extremely good restaurants- probably enough to last out a week. On the other hand, if you are looking for easy access, good apres ski and great shopping (the Ultimate resort?) then there are lots of great Canadian, US and European resorts that will more than fit the bill for you and many hundreds of thousands of others.