Spent 11 days in Lech from march 6-17th. We arrived just after a 50cm storm, and then the sun came out. It got warm at times, occasionally very warm, making for some great spring-like skiing. It helped to know the slope aspects, and until near the end, the north facing terrain stayed in great condition, especially at Stuben, while south facing provided classic spring corn virtually every day. Was impressed by the new linked terrain at Warth. Lots of north facing off piste, bumps and a few nice looking wild-ish cliff-band areas to negotiate. Would like to be there when it is living up to its 'snowiest place in Europe' reputation.
Detailed report and lots of pics at http://gortonator.wordpress.com/2014/03/22/lech-am-arlberg-early-march-2014/