I can't get enough of this route and got another look today with Ryan Sprackling of Golden leading everything.
We only brought a double set of camalots, #2 to #6. For me to lead Hmm! Fresh meat!, I'd want: two #2, #3, #4 and three each of the #5 & #6 camalots. We also added more fat(heavy)chain and rapid links to the three rap stations. Bring a 70 meter rope.
In the photo, Tom Carr has just finished leading pitch three and he is anchored to a single 3/8" bolt and a #6 camalot. We could see the FA's last bolt above. Crusher told me later the rock above was too soft for a good anchor and the climbing no where near as good. Tom and I called it quits at the high point of the good steep rock. We backed up the single bolt with a hand drilled 1/2" powers bolt and took our #6 home.
Climbing pitch three last weekend, Ryan and I used the new station to lower off, belaying from the more comfortable stance atop pitch two.
The pitch one belay ledge is under some loose/important holds on pitch two. Because the left wall overhangs, a natural anchor in the corner, six feet left of the bolts and belay ledge, could be used as temporary shelter.
My partners suggest strongly that I not publish a map. They are all much better than me and I want more free rides up this intimidating crack. Sorry!