Karl's judging it a little harshly; maybe another outing and he'd "come around". Bolt 2 should move up a little and bolt 3 down a little. Even I had to move feet up to high-clip bolt 3 draw, retreat, then clip the rope. Bah! Cool climbing though. Hang dogged, then TR-clean.
Long overlooked at RR on Arbor Wall, it looked like it had potential viewed from the ground. While climbing it there was very little that I enjoyed about it. The moves felt awkward through the crux and the rest was in a run out section between #2 and #3. In fact, the bolt placement was less than desirable with the long (Austin) run out to #3 that if the leader fell while clipping #3 overhead (like most lead climbers do), there is ground fall potential. This could have easily been remedied by lowering #3 about 3 feet to the rest stance then adding a 4th bolt near a good feature about 3 feet above the current location of #3. Although Annette and I didn't enjoy the climb (she had much worse things to say about it), you may like it - that's the nature of climbing preferences. Yet, there's probably a reason this one has been over-looked all these years and no one has logged a climb on it here at this site.