I think I lost my ego on this route. It will look deflated and should be somewhere just below the anchors. If anyone sees it, tell it wait for me, I've just gone to look for the holds for this route as they seem to be missing.
By Tony B From: Around Boulder, CO Jan 1, 2008 rating: 5.10-6a18VI+18E1 5a
The waxy feel to the holds even down low really took away from my enjoyment of the route. I felt like I could grease off at any time, even from the easy moves.
As for the top, I'm at least victim #3. I tried to go directly at the chains and found that the holds just are not there. I hung and stared at it for a while. Well, even the book shows going left, despite the chains being to the right, for whatever reason. Kinda silly.
By Kyle Andringa From: Sahuarita, AZ Apr 13, 2008 rating: 5.95c17VI17HVS 5a
I felt the crux of this route was making the second bolt. I spent a while figuring out the move but finally had to commit to my feet and palm the rock. The move is well protected however. There is a significant gap between the 3rd & 4th bolt. However, if you go off to the left the terrain is ~5.8-. Most of the route is fairly sustained but well protected. There is a decent hold just to the right and below the chains that is essential to finishing this one out.
I have to mostly agree with Andrew, but I don't think it warrants "avoiding" so I rated it "ok". If you like slab, it is just an okay route. If you hate slab, then avoid it. It won't change your mind about slab and there is better slab elsewhere.