Troy and I got out here for the first time yesterday (brilliant idea, Troy!) and had a great time. Three other parties, but no waiting; sunny but cool, few bugs, little seepage - not sure it could have been better.
I'll add my accolades to those developing the routes. We did five, in 6 pitches, and thought all were high-quality and true-to-stout for their ratings. With the exception of the right-hand unnamed .9, which eases a bit up top, all routes made you pay attention from the high-ball starts right to the end.
Those moves from face to crack on the .9 are pretty wild (especially if you're short), and the entire Randy's Superwhateveritwas was excellent, althought that's the route we split in two, and the gear I got off the first (low) belay was a crappy C3 and two so-so tapered brassies. Keeps you on your toes.
I've got some pics to post, especially of the team doing Oscar (?). We heard Tradchick singing her way up one of the .9s (whoohoo, you two) and met Dawn and Scott (thanks for helping John and Jamie!).
Go play; it's fun.