I just returned from NM yesterday.
Spent a few days in the aldo leopold and the pecos.
The aldo was extremely dry, but the creeks still had good water at lower elevations. Most steams where dry above 9000 ft. There is no snow at 10,000 ft in the aldo. I would not be suprised if the Gila forest closes due to fire danger in the future.
The pecos was also very nice. It apparently has been a dry spring. So there is not much snow. I found solid snow above 11,500 ft. I quess the snow will not be there much longer. The stream flows were low, just rock hop across. The pecos does seem to see higher use than the Gila forest. I recommend the pecos for the end of may, but I do like streams, lakes, and dramatic mountain peaks which the pecos does have.
Weather was nice, lots of sun. I slept comfortably in a 32 degree bag at 10,000 ft. I did not have to put on my down jacket, just a hat at night.