The Wasatch is holding up fine. The low angle sun this time of year does not do too much damage. North facing slopes in the backcountry have recrystalized into nice turnable powder that is worth the hike. South facing slopes are crusty/firm in the AM and a little sloppy in the PM. I suspect the resorts are in similar shape, but well groomed on the North slopes. South is not a problem since there really aren't many at the resorts. If you want powder, sit tight a week or two, as the long range charts are indicating a change back to a snowy pattern.