we decided to do this as the start to super slide since there were 2 parties on the 5.2 start. i only had one #3 camalot so this was pretty much X for me. i placed a small cam that probably wouldn't have held before the crux, then slung some chockstones after the crux.
Led my way 3/4 up this route using arm-bars and my limited array of OW techniques. My partner had to finish it off though because I was to physically exhausted to make that last few moves.
I had 2 #3's and a #4, if you don't mind spacing your cams a couple dozen feet apart from one another then you can just walk them up. The route was very secure though, I managed to get in some good shoulder jams using an awkward straight in approach. When I seconded the route I found that working it more like a chimney felt much easier.
I ended up leading the second pitch. It was dirty, overgrown and poorly protected. Don't do it, not worth the time.