I went over with Al Rubin today (Sunday) & did the route. quite a nice one I must say. well bolted & on nice rock. I think that the crux is between the 3rd & 4th bolts. the vertical flake is key! as far as the grade... frankly I think it is more 10b than 10c! I don't lead 10c, but I have been doing a lot of a/b this summer. I think it's solid 10b. it is harder than Run Don't Walk, but not as hard as George Hurley's new finish to Remission, Devil's ByWay. so I would suggest 10b. still a very nice addition to the genere.