The original Metamorphosis actually started out over by Juicy fingers and then adventured across the cliff. When I asked Ted if I could retro the line, he didn't tell me that the topo in the guide was wrong until afterwards. So, the bolted line is different, but giving it a new name would be kind of silly since 90% of it was a combination of previous routes and the name fit perfectly. The second half of the climb is worth doing at least once IMO even though I didn't get to give it a full cleaning. There is an interesting notch to go through (I may move one bolt, but the protection is fine).
There are a few newish routes to the right also that are of a similar grade range (7-8). The first pitch of The Big Easy starts out just to the right of Sesame Street at the short juggy overhang that leads to the slabby corner and upper face, finishing at the belay on the pine tree ledge. Toxic Gumbo starts out at the overhanging corner a bit further to the right and finishes at anchors at the lip of the afor mentioned ledge. They are technically open, but I would avoid these two routes, particularly the 5.10 pitch that leads off the ledge (Bourbon Street) while the peregrines are nesting unless you are extremely quiet.
If anybody does Mr. Meaner, the 5.9, I may have a few tools stashed in a crack on the ledge, as well as a fixed rope attached to a bolt on a project to the right. Please leave everything as you find it. They are not abandoned!