Just got back on Saturday. Trip ended up being 7 days/6 nights due to a lost map on day 2 (very stupid thing to do, but there were mitigating circumstances) which caused me to spend a full day bushwacking around Tehipite Valley until I found the way out.
My route was:
Wishon Reservoir - Crown Valley (in SNF) - Tehipite Valley (in Kings Canyon NP) - Le Comte Valley - Muir Pass - Evolution Valley - Goddard Valley - Hell For Sure Pass (back into SNF) - Wishon Reservoir.
About 100 miles in total I think. Weather was pretty much perfect, with day time temperatures in to 60s-80s with zero cloud cover. Night time was uniformly clear and calm, although temperatures varied dramatically from the mid-40s (at 5000ft in Tehipite Valley) to low 20s (in Evolution Meadow). Rivers were all really low. I had to get my feet wet several times, but even crossing the middle fork of the Kings River in Tehipite Valley the water never got to my knees.
Let me know if there's anything else you'd like to know.