It's better to start the route further to the right (i.e. climber's right, which would be to the viewer of the photo's left). There are a couple gear opportunities, and it straightens the line out a bit.
I am a trad climber and I am not advocating bolting cracks, but the FA wants the bolts there and it is in CCC, so all of you choppers need to put your pry bars away. EDIT: Indeed who cares that it is in CCC, but the FA wants the bolts there and anti-bolt folks always live by the FA rule, so it only seems reasonable that the rule works in favor of bolts too.
@Wiledhorse - In my photo caption I said note THE not-needed BOLT. That would be in reference to the (1, singular) bolt, easily visible in the photo. The first bolt on route, visible below, is not 6" from a splitter crack. I believe all others are.
J, I think they are like those bulky, colorful quickdraws with springs and lobes and finger trigger thing that they use in Indian Creek.
Besides, the trad way to do this route is to 1)not clip any bolts, including the pesky 'lower-off' anchors, 2)top out and walk off. It wasn't even mixed when I climbed this route for my first time. There are other good trad lines in CCC to get your trad fix. This issue almost as worn out as the cold shuts on the other routes at Lil' Eiger.