Funny how you can learn all the moves, over time, getting them wired, and make even 11's look easy. I'm looking forward to getting on that again, after a few years away, and see if I still remember all the moves.
I once saw a guy lead Jane, onsight, and at the crux layback, he jambed it straight in. He was the grandson of Hasler Whitney,
(Whitney/Gilman route). I was pretty amazed.
On another occasion, I watched a pretty strong climber rip all his gear out, except one piece. He stopped head first, 1 foot from the ground. Jane can be tricky putting gear in. Take care leading it.