I agree with doubling up on the smaller cams if you choose to lead this route.
I set up a TR anchor using the two bolts at the top of the route. There is a little bit of rust on one of the bolts, so I also backed up the anchor using two more bolts that were close by.
This is a fun climb, and the crux is just a bit over half way up. Stick to the right-most crack, and lie-back your way to the top (you'll definitely have to jam to surmount the crux).
By Peter Doak Sep 17, 2012 rating: 5.8+5b16VI-15HVS 4c
Both bolt hangers are moving now. Bolts still seem solid but show rust. Built anchor including neighboring bolts which are better. Route is very climber polished and was greasy around the crux. Still a good lead but protect the crux unless you crush this sort of route.
By Mark P Thomas From: Oakland Dec 10, 2012 rating: 5.85b16VI-15HVS 4c
If you jam, then the crux is the first 6 ft, and the pod halfway up is the nicest rest on the entire route. Use broth cracks to start, including your left foot/toe in the corner crack while stemming with the right foot. It is very easy this way.
By Preston Havill From: Telluride, CO Oct 27, 2013 rating: 5.8+5b16VI-15HVS 4c
Just did this and many others on Buck's Bar on a trip through the area. I second the + rating as this is somewhat pumpy for a short route, especially through the crux, although rests are possible almost anywhere if you jam a foot or two. Then again I am from Colorado and my feet felt somewhat unsure on this slippery granite. I also thought the top bolts looked suspect and backed up the anchors by clipping a runner to the neighboring anchors to the right. Aptly named and a great climb!
By Ryan Nevius From: The Range of Light Nov 2, 2013 rating: 5.75a15V+13MVS 4b
As a liebacking exercise, this may be 5.8+. However, there's no reason this climb needs to be any harder than 5.7. With good crack technique (i.e. jamming both hands, keeping both feet in the crack, right hip against the wall), you'll find perfect hand jams, with only a short section of thin hands / liebacking in the final 4 feet of the climb.
No matter how you do it, it's a fun climb, and definitely one of the best in the CRG.