Well, hitting it "just right" depends on what's "just right". I think for the first time in recorded history Whistler had multiple clear days, without any of the ski-by braille we all know and don't love. I all of my trips I've never had so many clear days in a row, and even when the weather wasn't forecast to be too good, it ended up being pretty darn good for Whistler.
This is the worst visibility during 7 days of skiing. Anybody who knows Whistler knows that many weeks this would be the best that could be expected.
For those that need an idea of size, the picture above is Whistler (from 7th Heaven). On the right is Symphony Bowl, which actually looks like this:
Next to the right is Harmony which looks like this:
And, of course, right in the middle is the Peak Chair, that goes like this:
From the Peak, you can take the "Peak to Creek" run, that is 5280 vertical feet of goodness. On this trip the snow was still very good at the bottom of Creekside, so the whole of the vertical was available for my skiing enjoyment.
Even yesterday, which was supposed to be fairly gnarly, it ended up like this:
Probably one more trip back late in April to round up the season. Can't believe 7 days of great weather at WB.