I can't speak for the areas you are heading but I just got back from hiking in Commanche Peak Wilderness, there was still quite a bit of snow above 10,500', more than I anticipated.
Like Aaron said in the morning you could walk right on top, later in the day it was still okay, the snow is pretty packed, didn't really have trouble with post holing or slipping, had to kick steps in a couple times, this was with trail runners and poles. With the melt off the trails are wet and sloppy though.
If I went back tomorrow I wouldn't bring anything different. You would be taking spikes or snow shoes off and on so much it would be annoying. The snow does slow you down some due to trail finding though.
I have the link on my other computer but the SNOTEL data sites have a bunch of info.
Have a good trip,