Start low on Serenity Now, work up into the dihedral, but cut right onto the odd fin-like feature, and transition into the awesome slightly overhanging face to the right. Finish with (hopefully) control up a number of slopers, and do a not-insignificant rock-over to finish. The crux is the transition onto the fin from Serenity Now.
As great as Serenity Now, but it is a little steeper, longer, and requires sloper-pawing to the finish. Another proud problem.
The series of edges and sloeprs running up and right from the start of Serenity Now, the obvious dihedral on the south side of Camp Serene.