I also got on in just dribs and drabs, as I wasn't home much this weekend. About 250 Qs, a mix of search and pounce and some short runs. Nice to work a lot of new calls.
I agree with the comment that conditions didn't seem to match the high solar flux. I was on 10m a bit on Sunday am but EU signals weren't very loud, and there weren't that many EU signals on. Same with 15m later on Sunday - I did work KH2/N2NL, who had a nice signal, but the JAs I heard weren't very loud.
Contests like this one, and the WPX tests, multipliers only count once per contest change the dynamic - makes for a nice change. Since all Qs are just 1 point in the RU, more to be gained by running even if you aren't very loud - just work Ws.
For JA's, I was surprised how productive 20M was. Overall, 20M seemed to be good for DX much later into the evening than we would usually expect in wintertime, I suppose this was one good result of the solar flux surge.
RTTY RU hours, with only one morning to work EU on the high bands, is not much of a DX contest. Still a lot of DX to be found in that one morning.
I found KH2/N2NL on 10M but I don't think I found any JA's on 10M. I did not spend much time on 10M at all.
As you note, the "mults once per test not once per band" results in SO1R guys like me going to straight to the band with the biggest rate and staying there. 20M was hugely productive, and 80M was so sweet. I had some horrible S9 120Hz impulse noise messing up 40M for me but with so many RTTY signals pounding in 20-60dB above S9 still managed to work hundreds of folks on that band! A large number of the more obscure mults I got, they were apparently only doing S&P.
I made 1200+ QSO's, and I do not feel like the bands were worked dry at all. I can see how two radio guys can end up with 2000+ QSO's.