Good climbing. Got a bit lost after the first pitch. Ended up "linking" some of Bee Sting's South-facing column before finally moving back right to the anchors, making for a bit of rope drag. Stay out on the face!
The Seneca guide says that the route is 2 pitches: the first pitch is to the Bee Sting corner Ledge; 2nd pitch, to Lower Broadway. If there is a 2nd pitch, then it is RX. We did the "1st' pitch. The first half of the 1st pitch is well bolted and one can do just this section, because there are cold shuts half way up the route. The second half of the first pitch has two options. Either you climb the run out face or you can traverse 11 o'clock and pull an overhang. We did the overhang. The protection is all there and it is advisable to protect at every opportunity, because this area has some loose rock. The climbing above the overhang is easy, 5.4-ish.
It is a good route, potentially worthy of a few stars if it were not for the loose rock.