Thanks Andy...I was curious about this and went out and worked it on 7/19. There is a sit start at an inverted, triangular hold that allows for a long right hand to a half pad 4-finger edge up and right. More difficulty ensues as you work the left avoiding all lip T. holds, bump right hand to a slightly better hold, bring the left up and left to a tiny crimp, and go again to the lip with the left to finish up on the traverse. Felt harder than V9, so once I can link it, I'll be stoked! Still glad to see Castlewood free of hordes! Not as quiet as the late eighties but still nowhere near as busy a place as anything you'd find in Boulder.