To answer my own question, it now has at least one lead but it seems like a route that has been soloed as well. Ball Nutz and small cams were key. I started on the arete (completely avoiding Everleigh Club) and worked up into the incuts on the face, threw for a good sloper and then used the good holds on the arete to the top. Later in the day I was working the face between POW and Seven Seas and found that the upper face after the lip climbed well, so I re-led the bottom half of SS and then moved left to the middle of the face. Protected fairly well with a #0 TCU. Same grade for both versions, 5.11a R.
Nice job! I dont know if it has been led or soloed.I thnik it may be a first.How about Fibula crack or new light waves for leads.I looked at them a long time ago and might be worth checking out.Just be careful.The ground is always one bad placement away.I am psyched to see the DL legacy of hard leading being continued.