A worthwhile addition snuck in between the wall's original lines. Good edges off the ground lead to a leaning rail feature and up to a flake jug. From this rest, the next section getting to a couple of good jugs in a mini-roof 15' higher is gonna be the crux no matter how you go about it. I may have had tunnel-vision while prospecting the line, and worked out a cool series of compression moves using crisp left-hand sidepulls on the right side of the gold streak and marginal pockets out right. The movement was good and powerful, and I felt firmly set the route at .12b. It sounds like others have stayed to the right, and worked up pockets at .12a and said it was good too. Either way you go about it, you end up on some larger pockets at the mini-roof, and ramble up the slab to shared anchors with Second Wind.