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I honestly have minimum personal experience with many of these Viburnums from zones 8 and warmer. I've seen them in person from time to time (and in pictures like this), but I don't get to live with them.
One other species that I've seen in bloom in the winter is Viburnum obovatum, but I think it generally has smaller leaves.