Quandary is the only one I can think of as far as coverage and avy conditions go.
Check out Taylorz's TR of Silverheels. Images 3 and 4 have Quandary in the background showing decent coverage (when compared to last season). http://14ers.com/php14ers/tripreport.php?trip=13227
Worth the trip? IMO I would say yes if you are looking to get one of those skier logos and a snowflake next to Quandary on your peak list and No if you are looking to get some "good turns" in.
Gueza is right, Quandary looked in to me (barely though). I actually paid a bit of attention to Quandary on the way up Silverheels the other day because I try to snowboard it atleast once every winter. It is bonier than I have ever seen it this time of year, but looked doable. The upper east bowl looked thin but you could piece together something on it.The lower east bowl is more filled in. Be careful in the lower east bowl, I once watched the entire bowl avalanche full track (about 600' wide) when I was standing center and about 20 feet above the crownline on the ridge
It was impressive. You can usually ski a low angle line, <25 degrees, by hugging the skiers left side of the bowl, then drop north through some nice gladed terrain and pop out on the unplowed rd that parallels the east ridge of Quandary on the north side. From there it is a short tour back to the winter trailhead. This is often my go to line in the winter to ski Quandary when the avalanche hazard is sketchy, which it is now (my line=upper east bowl to skier's left side of lower east bowl, drop north, and ski to rd and tour back around to east ridge trailhead). There is plenty of avalanche terrain around but if you have enough training to be able to recognize avalanche terrain and if you follow that general path you can get a decent (and relatively safe) mid-winter ski descent most years.
One more thing to note, I did not think there was probably enough snow to skin on the east ridge yet
So you may have to boot up to the summit from treeline. Not positive about this, but it did not look real promising from Silverheels. The Cristo Couloir did not have enough snow to ski, and it is rarely safe to do in mid-winter anyway.
I did the Sawtooth traverse yesterday and there no snow to ski on Bierstadt anywhere. East face, north face and west slopes were all too bony to ski if anyone was wondering. I would love to hear if anyone has seen any other lines out there?