Was up there last weekend, but not since and I hear more trails are now open. It was actually better than what I thought it would be, but the bottom line is: we haven't had any snow.
Try to avoid using the gondola more than once a day. Either take a late lunch or stay up top for lunch, the post-lunch lines are stupid long.
If you like long cruisers, stay on Devil's River, Geant on the North Side.
Personally, I'd stay out of the glades. We haven't had any snow and they don't make snow in the glades. Most weren't open last week and from what I could see, it was very thin among the trees. They're open now, but.... As well, "natural grooming" tends to mean "there wasn't enough snow to use a cat on", so rock hard moguls with twigs in the gullies.
Tremblant makes a lot of snow, but without natural on top, it gets very icey over the the rise of every pitch where people slam on the brakes. Get there early, lap trails with good conditions all morning.
Sharpen your edges