Yer gittin cute with my werds der, Footy. That's okay ;).
I got to belay one of my buds on his redpoint of the OOTD recently. That thing is always a struggle on lead it seems. I'm just glad I (just barely) managed the onsight and can forever rest on my laurels like a true coward while gladly accepting the toprope ;)! So much more fun on toprope, that line! Maybe that has to do with about a bajillion less pansy ass pieces of gear hanging off my harness....
I tend to agree with Petch on this issue, although I've personally benefitted from looking at Salamanizer's topos and picking his brain about stuff.
98% of Leap routes are already documented in the Supertopo and the Carville. There's plenty of info out there for those interested in doing them. The only thing missing is a star rating system so that people know what it is they should be climbing. Some of the current topos are poor, but they're not unusable.
As for other rock on hwy 50, most of it is visible from the road and you can scavenge info with a little work.
If you're looking for something to climb at the Leap besides the same 8 routes everyone does, open up the Carville and pick one that sounds cool. Chances are it will deliver.
I know, I think you are Mister OOTD himself. You tried that line to the right, King Diamond? I got afeered when I heard the gear was a little sketch but I would rather go for the lead hangdog sesh than the TR hangdog sesh when I get on it.
I had not heard that End of the Line was retro'd. P Crawford has not said anything about that and I've talked about that route with him. Bolts are new 3/8th though. Perhaps he's referring to the second pitch that I added some years ago. It was not popular with some. I think they is open rock to take it to the top between The Line and Fireworks with very little bolting required?