Somehow Peter and I both got psyched for some Middle Cathedral face climbing. I think in my case the psyche came from the DNB thread on the taco. So we considered Ho Chi Min or Stoner's and since we were driving up that am from the bay decided on the latter.
Overall it was an excellent, clean, route characterized by 30.20.10 - that is 30' run on 5.8, 20 on 5.9 and so forth. It never felt that bad really, but I would give it at least a PG. The route definitely keeps your attention and also proves slow to lead as there is significant micro route finding, back and forth etc....All the belays except the first are two new bolts and are set up to rap.
The crux was definitely the first pitch. That was a hot one and I soaked my shirt getting through the traverse. We both thought pitch 6 was not that bad going to the right. The second crux for me was pitch 9 after the second bolt. I went up and down a few times not wanting to commit to an off balance high step and the possible slider. Fortunately, Peter scoffed at my wimpering, pointing out how clean the fall was and how shiny and new the bolt looked down below my feet. We sent.
Go do it !