The biggest WW veterans is not working for EA. They have founded a new studio, called Petroglyph. http://www.petroglyphgames.com
Working on a new Star Wars RTS togheter with Lucas Arts.
That Westwood was bought by EA is in my opinion one of the most tragic things ever in the game industry.
There was time when Blizzard and Westwood were the big ones. But after WW signed with EA, it did not take long before things went downhill.
WW did in my opinion get a bit to hung up on the C&C franchise, with some half-hearted game expansions and so on. Sure it was probably bringing in the big bucks for them there and then, but in the long run I think they lost a lot of the "quality respect" they used to have.
They also had a lot of major delays on some of their games (LOL2, Tiberian sun, Renegade), making the ingame engine look quite out-dated before the game hit the shelves.
It's a quite typical scenario actually, WW was little company (considering their success) before EA bought them. Once they became bigger (in the sense of contracts), and tripled their staff (EA formed a secondary base in California), their products started lacking the quality.
Like Dune 3, the Lands of Lore sequels (number three seemed extremely rushed), Nox (the rumours would have this to be the new Diablo..), Renegade, Tiberian Sun (most reviews agreed that it did not reach the expectations).