For a long time, any spot far from the urban corridors has been a pixilated blur. Now, no matter where you fly on the map, you get good, clear images. The detail is high enough that I can even show you the trail I took up South Maroon Peak this weekend. See above.
Actually, it was so socked in when I was there, that I couldn't see a thing, so it's nice to see it on the map. Google Earth is the coolest.