We did a week there after the Mega. Wasn't really sure what to expect, the Alps has always been about DH in the past, being for a riding holiday or racing so this was all new.
Very different to the usual alpine riding I would normally do, a lot more natural, on old (and current) walkers trails, plus a few others.
Some sections on trails are pretty exposed, and some corners are super tight hairpin switchbacks which are slow & awkward.
I can completely see peoples points about not much flow on some trails. Some of them are hard work in that respect. Some are pretty cool though. La Varda was a lot of tech on a long singletrack descent, but got a sense of achievement riding it clean. There was some good trails over the La Plagne side of the valley (think they were called Gold Rush & Miners Strike) if you wanted something a bit faster & more open.
The others that stuck out were Axe Wound, White 8, Thumbs Up & Granny's Garden.
I think we would go back, but for a few days next time & just cherry pick the trails we enjoyed.