This was my first real 5.11 send after taking 12+ years off from climbing hard. The opening face climb is ultra fun ladder-like climbing on crimpers and edgy face holds, then you crawl up onto a ramp/ledge, traverse right under the big bulge and up the right corner/arete of the bulge. The holds/moves on the bulge are not exactly straightforward at first and definitely took some figuring out. I would consider the last few moves power moves (at least for an .11) because none of the holds are exceptionally good and you have to move fast through the top section before your arms flame out. The ledge at the very top a few feet right of the chains is positive enough, so aim for that when you are about to pump out on the last move. I hang dogged my first ascent of this, then once I had the moves figured out I cakewalked up it on TR 4 or 5 times, then finally went for the easy redpoint. I still go back to this climb from time to time because it's so much fun and just challenging enough.