From the base this route appears to have maybe an 75 degree incline but that is deceptive due to the belay point being at a negative angle. It's a true 90 degree face climb on crystals and loose razor crimps.
We stick clipped the second bolt to allow for a rope jug over the initial overhang which does not appear to be climbable. This also prevents a ground fall + 80' tumble into cactus patches.
The route starts left and meanders right. Bolts are spaced roughly 10 feet apart with small holds at each clip point. We had a few sharp crimps flake off on us during our climb.
Belayer will need a helmet.
Top out is heady - anchors are 20 feet back from the edge - solid place to clip from though. Avoid the fall past the anchors.
After climbing the face of this to the anchors it seems to be a much better idea to rap in this route and just top rope it.