This would our first 5.9 multi-pitch. Mason had nocked out a couple 5.9 pitches in the previous weeks. I had been leading 5.7 but did one 5.9 climb before school put the brakes on my climbing season.
I lead P1 and found it to be fairly straight forward. Lot's of fingers, hands, and fists with tons of good pro. The crux was right before the belay. I fumbled around for awhile before figuring out that I needed to turn around and face away from the wall. In all, I fired the pitch pretty quick.