Just an update:
I summited this afternoon about 1PM, just before the weather turned to crap. There's patches of snow on the trail almost the whole way, but from 9k on up it's snowshoe time (roughly where the Draper Ridge trail meets in with the Jacobs Ladder trail). There was a nice snowshoe track that lead me up right into the cirque on the west side. For whatever reason the track braided a few times. At one point I counted SEVEN parallel snowshoe tracks. I broke a track in very nicely though, so assuming the weather doesn't deteriorate too badly in the coming days now would be a good time to summit. It took me about 12.5 hours car to car. I wasn't rushing and could've done it faster but I got off track and climbed a steep chute I didn't realize I could've avoided by going further north.
I definitely needed snowshoes (I saw some poor bastards tracks without snowshoes), crampons and poles. I should've brought an ice ax but didn't think I'd need it. A whippet would be ideal right now Lone Peak. Most of the way up the snow was nice and solid but it varied quite a bit. The summit ridge was covered in sugary, unconsolidated snow and didn't feel very stable at all. Crampons were a necessity!
Now here's a picture from the summit looking west: