ECTX (in two different places, both 28 deg.) was helpful but not conclusive to me. I still want to give those facets some more time. I would like to repeat them on some steeper slopes, but I could not find any that were safe to access today. I know that ECT is fairly independent of slope angle, but I still didn't want to be the first person to stick my nose into a 38 degree slope with this structure. Not yet.
I also dug (and skied) in some south facing terrain and found that the new snow bonded well to the m/f crust, at least at the mid elevations, so I don't think that this is as much of a concern as I thought it would be yesterday.
It should be noted that Wednesday's snow has consolidated to (at least in the 2 pits that I drew this consolidated profile from) 1 F snow already. It could be windpacked in these locations, but in any case, there is definitely a slab overlying the facets. It's not huge and isn't obviously overburdening the weak layer yet, but it is definitely a case of "strength over weakness", and not just fluffy new snow.
I found hazard to be moderate in mid elevation terrain, due to good bonding of the new snow, and lack of any red flags other than the buried facets, and even they didn't seem to be "screaming". I did not, however, feel like marching up Primrose Cirque would have been prudent today, so I would consider that to be an overall CONSIDERABLE hazard. I feel like it will be little changed tomorrow, since the root of this hazard is buried facets, and the recent new snow is formed into a relatively cohesive slab in many places.