Just as stellar as bighighaz says. Pretty hard for 10b, I'd give p's 1 and 3 maybe a 10c with one move of 11a (easily french freed) on p2. It's got tons of bolts and is a really good route for those wanting to work on their slab technique and push the numbers. This routes combined with Mystery makes a good day. I'm pretty sure I can get pitches 1 and 3 clean (I fell on both), but that one move on p2....Steep, potato chips for the hands and super high step to a minuscule, slopy left foot...Harder than 10b for sure, but right at a bolt. Kudos to the FA. Those looking for an adventure route should quit their bitchin' and look elsewhere (go give Ides of Middlemarch a run). EDIT: That was in November, just went back and led p2, which went clean! Maybe it wasn't 11a, or maybe my foot just happened to stick... Still had to hang on p3, even though I followed it this time, so it's still a hangdog.