I found a layer 53cm down that produced moderate results with a CT test the interface had rounds below and some form of needles above. Although this layer needed moderate force to break I would label it is my layer of concern due to the size of avalanche it would produce if it did go.
Although I got easy to moderate results with a CT test I could not get anything to propagate with a ECT or a PST. I could see there being a chance that someone could trigger a slide on the new snow, old snow interface and the worst case scenario could be having it step down to the layer approximately 50cm down. There was some scary looking facets and depth hoar near the ground so be aware of areas with a shallow snowpack.