This is mostly very good climbing, if you choose the right line. The quality, the crux, and the run-outs all depend on precisely what line you contrive to fit the best features in, but reasonable gear, solid rock, and fun moves can be had for the price of 5.7. It is there if you look for it.
This route starts just uphill of Sickle and Fickle Finger of Eight on the left half of a large slab. Start up in a slightly left-leaning offset and finger crack. As this ends, wander up linking the most attractive features including some corner, arete, face, and crack.
A standard light rack of cams and nuts + long slings. The belay up top is after 110' on a good ledge with gear. Walk off as for everything else up there.