Here's a vid of a great run down skier's right of Widowmaker (under the lift line) on Tuesday, after the big snowfall. It was starting to get tracked out by mid morning, but still plenty of powder to be found (and I like skiing heavy crud, so that was almost as good as the pow).http://vimeo.com/3086479
(you can stop watching past about 2:30 unless you like lift rides)
Snow amounts are misleading in the videos, as my skis were floating at speed, but informally I would say it was shin deep overall, maybe more in isolated spots.
This area of Widowmaker is not groomed or covered by snowmaking, so the terrain is great. Ditches, waterbars, drops, bumps, rocks, you name it. I skied it about a zillion times the day before when there was much less snow on the ground, tearing through there on my short 177cm skis, and it was a blast. Easily the most fun I have had in recent weeks, east or west. The next day when the powder showed up, I had to adapt my style for long/wide skis, which meant going over stuff I had turned through the previous day. Those previous day runs paid off big time, as I knew where most of the obstacles, holes, etc were.
In general the other trails off the Soaring Eagle lift were rife with powder. Camp 99 had the most of all, and it was deep. Sawmill started out OK, but got skied off rather quick. Sawmill glades were also decent (I have a vid of that to post at some point) but suffered from a scratchy underlayer that took some fun out of the powder.
I'll post more vids here as I go through them.