Will lose sun in the winter early on this one. I led the crux pitch (2nd-5.10b)....a mix of good rock with slippery white slabby stuff. Well bolted where it needs to be though. The crux moves are mostly slab on that pitch. You won't be able to see the 2nd belay until you are right on it. The other two pitches are very pleasant.
With Dow Williams, I led p. 1 & 3. Update on the description above:
p. 1 (5.8+, 140 feet) follow a bolted seam to an unlikely and poorly protected traverse right. Belay on a pedestal with two bolts. p. 2 (5.10b, 160 feet) follow another bolted seam to a hard move right (crux) into a tricky left facing corner. Belay above at two bolts. p. 3 (5.10a, 160 feet) Climb a seam and right facing corner above on all natural gear. Much easier than the previous pitch. Descent: rap the route with two ropes.