Ok after several months, I have had more time to really think about this and here is what I have to say about Whistler. And I want people to understand it not just about the conditions, it is about the total experience.
My trip was not as enjoyable because:
1- The hotel. Supposed to be a 4 1/2 start resort but could barely pass for a 3 star. Also they were not very accommodating.
2- The price. It cost a small fortune for a 5 day trip. Totally not worth it. I purchased everything at a discounted rate so I got it at the cheapest price possible.
3- Conditions. Icey at some parts, overcrowded (even though we went during the weekdays), snow was shitty and visibility was poor.
4- People (not the staff but the skiers) there sucked. I've never met more arrogant and rude people in my life. Worse than the NYC Subway. I thought Canadians were easy going and nice people but I was wrong. Canadian Skiers are the biggest pricks I've ever met.
5- Distance. It took an entire day just to get there. Just not worth it.
All in all, Whistler is more like a Disney world rather than a ski resort. Yeah, its huge and you get 2 mountains to chose from but if they were busy on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday then I don't even want to know what it would be like on the weekend.
I would never go back to Whistler. I experienced the hype that it was. With the amount of money I spent on this trip I could have gone to Antigua for a week followed by a week at Utah or Tahoe. If you live in the Northwest I suggest that you go for it, but if you live anywhere else save your money and go somewhere else.