20 feet of slabby climbing leads to a high first bolt that should be in reach from good underclings. Consider a stick clip, or at a minimum don't blow it. A powerful boulder problem guards access to the face, and then techy climbing on good edges and generally positive features lead up and left to the arete. A second boulder problem, this more technical than powerful, is encountered prior to the airy finish. Consider a #0.4 or 0.5 BD sized piece of gear for your first run to the chains.
Just left of Cornered Again, Hot Rocks ascends the left face and arete of the clean panel comprising the downstream/eastern face of The Crystal Tower.
I believe there are 9 bolts.