Improved but not warmer.
After three winters on my mediocre 301's I replaced them this fall with--begrudgingly- the 302's. I searched and couldn't really find anything else that was reputed to do the job better. Seems most 'winter' shoes are suited more to late fall or early spring.
The new wide size helped immensely, the toes studs actually stay put, and the shoe overall is better built.
Even so, it's still heavy, expensive, and not any warmer. Lake says it's good to +5f and they were pretty much on the money. My toes were getting cold within 15 minutes this morning. And the ankle gore is crap. Little adjustment to ensure a good seal.
Overall it's still the daddy of the category IMO, but that's not saying much. I'm still disappointed we can't do better for the money.