Tom can give this route its real name. The name I gave it came from the sandbagging I got. I was under the impression that the route was around 5.10, and I wanted a warm-up the morning I did it. Right off the bat it's in your face. Start on good holds and decipher the moves necessary to establish your feet on those holds. Follow the intrusion to the top. 5.10...really!? After the distinct crux at the bottom, the rest of the climb decreases in difficulty and is really enjoyable.
4 bolts (I think) and take two for the anchor: there are two bolts as an anchor at the top. They may even have rings in them, but my partner walked off, easily and quickly, down the backside of the formation.