Mark, this is your description for ATWB on mp.com -
"The Thin Man Anchors can be reached by climbing Underdog or Peanutman and traversing left. From the anchors head left and up a steep face, then make a pumpy traverse right under a roof before pulling it and tackling the final steepness to gain a nice belay ledge. If continuing up The Thing, belay here. If not walk right to the other anchors and bring your second up. Rap from here with a 60m rope. You can lower from the left hand anchors if you have a 70m or tram in back to Thin Man, pull your rope, and rap again."
Not exactly a cakewalk to get down from it (I think "bring your second up" part deters most parties). Face it, 99% of Rumney climbers are content to do single pitch stuff all day. I happen to think Rock Du Jour, Stairway To Heaven, High Roller, even Mister Meiner are all very good P2 climbs. But all these see a mere fraction of traffic compared to much more mediocre one-pitch jobs at the Main Cliff.
Speaking of P2, what is the deal with Via Ferrata? Does the broken hold make one of the first bolts pretty spooky to clip? I have been wanting to get on it for YEARS now. Be my rope gun?