Check out the local site at www.erockonline.com. Do a search for the "must do routes" thread. I think you'll find what you're looking for there. In any case erockonline will be a better place to get beta for Enchanted Rock.
Just looking for info. I may be in the San Antonio area in the beginning of June and a) is it even reasonable to climb there then and b) I've seen some images of amazing looking cracks in the 5.10 range but is there not to miss cracks in the 5.11, 5.12 and even harder range.
Hey Chuck, it will be getting hot by that point, but you would not miss out by just chasing the shade. In the higher range of cracks, E-rock is definitely lacking, especially compared to the large amount of classic handcracks. Many of the harder routes are better as either topropes or highball boulder problems as well; they're pretty short. Anyway, here are my favorites:
-Shocker 12a, slab to dyno to techy flake, all in about 35 feet -Missing Link 12a, corner to hard crux to finger crack to dirty slab, but really good -Whimpy Crack 11d, left leaning finger crack -Ding Dongs and Taco Sauce, 11c excellent roof crack to fingers past the lip -Shrike, 12b, HARD techy laybacking. Definitely the best hard line at E-rock -Piranha, 11c, steep fist crack off the ground to easy, highball terrain. There is a slabby 12a fingercrack on the other side of this rock that I can't recall the name of.
Given what you climb, I think you'll really enjoy all these routes, even though they tend to be pretty short.