Someone asked me if this route felt like no recess. I'm not really sure what no recess feels like... Anyway, the route is pretty powerful. It seems many peoples struggle around the 3rd clip (bolt right over the edge of the roof). Mainly it is figuring out what you want to do with the tufa, how to make the clip, and how to get to the big sidepull out right (I drop the right knee hard and use 2 tufas under the roof to bump out to the sidepull, others just throw hard with feet centered and left). For some, it can be cruxy to get to the next (4th clip) from there but the climbing eases somewhat. Get to a good ledge and you hit this thin section that kicks back positively - not overhung. It's kind of weird, maybe a bit awkward, and then you get to some good holds at the chains. I think almost everyone I've seen does the bottom tufa section differently. I'm pretty sure it's height dependent. Pretty good route, overshadowed by Learning to Crawl at the same grade. I'm not sure one is much harder than the other. NR might be more powerful but it's shorter with really only one low crux rather than the high and low crux of LTC.
Watch the tree behind you when you fall. So far I haven't seen any encounters.