Having moved to Colorado last May from Pittsburgh, 7 Springs used to be my go to resort. I used to get a season pass every year because my aunt works for the Pirates (owner of the Pirates owns 7 Springs) and I could get a season pass for $100. Otherwise I probably wouldn't have bothered. 7 Springs charges world class resort prices for a terrible little hill with very limited boardable terrain.
Going on weekends will drive you absolutely insane. The lift lines are HUGE and the lifts are extremely slow. On average it'll take you 20 minutes to wait in line and get up the lift, and about 1-2 minutes to get down if you take your time. If you ride fast, it's not uncommon to get down the North Face's 750ft vert in 30 seconds. Another issue is that all of the runs are extremely narrow, and on the weekends get really clogged up with gapers. Just navigating around idiots is a task within itself.
If you can swing it, going up on weeknight evenings isn't too bad if you can handle the high winds, freezing temps, and ice. I would generally only go up Sunday afternoons for the night session. At that point most people have already gone home and it's much more bearable.
Really the only two things I'd say 7 Springs has going for it are the park and the bar. There are 3 board parks, and they all have a variety of nice well layed out features. They also all have rope tows (which I am actually really disapointed CO board parks don't) so you can literally sit in the park all day and never have to wait in line for the lifts. And as was mentioned above, there is a huge party bar called the Foggy Goggle in the main lodge. You will find people getting blasted in all day. If you are there on the weekends it's pretty much a requirement to deal with the crowds.
Hopefully this helps you a little bit. Thinking about 7 Springs kinda made me depressed just now. My season pass out here for unlimited riding on 5 local mountains is about $200 less than a full price 7 Springs season pass