I've done the route a couple of times. Bringing a couple of big cams is quite helpful. What I've found to be the psychological crux is fairly low on the route. There's a layback section up a flake that gets a bit roundy and the gear is a ways below you. The landing could put you on a ledge. If it turns out to be too spooky for you, you can actually rap from there. The harder climbing is up high, but that I've found to be pretty well protected. It's a good adventure route to a great summit.