On the traverse, just after you step up, several feet on the ledge is a piton. It is usually covered over, but if you look closely you will find it, and it could be useful so you can protect from a big fall if you slip on the rotting pine needles. Hey have you sent the climb to the right of star fire yet? (Once upon a climb, I think.) It is really fun and thin, and you can join up with the top of starfire, a thin crack.
And there is no way the Hurley climb above the start of bombardment is 5.10, it is more like 5.8 slab.