Trailblazer | 4180 pts
This is one of the best high mountain passes that can be negotiated in a regular car, while still having a rustic, uncrowded feel. Except at the height of aspen season and holiday weekends, there are generally not that many people to contend with.
One big problem right now though is the construction. They are widening sections of the road, which has brought it down to one lane in two stretches. You can expect a long wait at these areas (I waited about 15 minutes at each) Also, because they are using stoplights instead of flaggers, there is the chance that you could meet someone going the opposite direction.
That said, the views at the top of the pass are spectacular and well worth any frustration you might have on the way. If you have an aggressive 4-wheel drive, take the side trip to Waldorff and Argentine pass, which is one of the most scenic routes in the Front Range.