Definitely worth it's 3 stars it gets in yamnuska rock. Climbed this route in the sun after a month stretch of rain and snow, making it that much more enjoyable.
The first 10a pitch felt true to grade and although the guide book shows many bolts, the distance between modern bolts I felt was fairly spaced so although the face was bolted, it was not sport climbing by any means. The second 10a pitch felt considerably easier.
I have done most of the moderate routes on Yam and this is one of the better ones. The sustainability of the 6th pitch is hard to find on Yamnuska compared to desert climbing for example. That pitch alone gives it a 4 star rating. The following pitch did not seem to really have 5.10a move on it, but is a heady pitch runout past a bad bolt at the end. The 8th and 9th pitches were a ton of fun, both have roofs to pass. Both easy to protect. I combined the 1st and 2nd pitch with a 70m rope which is why I took it. Plenty of fixed protection on this route, so you don't need to overdo it on the gear.
Climbing gets better and better. Enjoy the retro-bolting the that turned p5 "into something of a sport pitch." #3.5 Camalot or #4 Friend or both nice for p7 - if you just have one this size save it for up high on the pitch.