I finally got around to leading this and was pleasantly surprised with the climb. The first half is quite easy and I didn't bother much with gear until closer to the ledge. For some unknown reason, I slung the tree on the ledge. This ended up causing drag later on. There was no reason to do so as there was plenty of opportunity for pro in the crack.
The upper portion of the climb was a little more interesting. The crack does get thinner but there were plenty of big holds all the way to the top. Some of the holds would probably be reachy for a shorter person. I had no problem finding gear placements. The last move from the crack to the top of the belay ledge was a little awkward but not all that difficult. This ended up being my climbing partner's favorite climb of the weekend.
Was told that finishing completely to the top of the crack was more of a 10a version than the typical escape lower onto the face which is 5.9. I stuck it out even with the wet moves off the ledge which seemed harder than the crux.
Really did enjoy this climb though I found the crux to be before I expected it. It was actually about 10 feet below where the last jug pull over to the ledge was. There was a great #2 C4 placement in the crux, though I should have placed a piece higher and used that hold for a left hand. Fun puzzle to complete.