We did a big loop to the east of the peak, starting and ending at Summit Lake. Camped at a different lake each night and seemed to have the joint to ourselves when not within an hour or two of a trailhead (of which there are many). I'd guess in two weeks or so the bug situation will be fine, as the boggy, marshy bits should have drained off. Either that or one cold front to kill the %&$$#@s directly would be fine too. :-)
I'd still prep for bugs but there's little chance they'll be as bad as right now. The deer might keep you up nights, though.