We're pretty much annual visitors to Lech in the Arlberg, for its access to a great mix of terrain, expansive area, snow quantity and lack of pow competition (at least outside of St Anton). This year delivered the goods pretty well. We arrived at the end of a warm spell and then had 3 storms roll in over the next week. This created some incredible powder conditions, especially on the 3 bluebird days that interspersed the storms. It was struggle to leave as the conditions were absolutely perfect, the base deep, and more storms were in the forecast.
The only real downer with this area is that, like most of Europe's best skiing, visibility can be iffy during storms as most of the terrain is well above the tree line. And as this is Europe's snowiest area, you get frequent storms. They do create some incredible conditions though, with pow safely accessible and available for days after a storm around Lech and Zurs.
Highly recommended - and a bunch of pics included at: