Hey Smike, here's some pictures that might give you an idea of the route
The first free pitch to the fixed drilled angles belay
The smaller ledge below the first aid pitch (bolt ladder)
First aid pitch bolts, hooks moves and small stuff (Did this pitch the first day, the blue skies didn't last long)
The 2nd aid pitch. (Note the blue lowe ball, I wish I had the next one up in size (Yellow??) It would have helped)
Soon after these shots were taken the clouds rolled in. One pitch below the Earth Orbit Ledge, the skies opened up and it started to rain (and rain and rain, turned out it was a 20 hour downpour) So we bailed (headed to Red Rocks and did Rainbow Buttress, another amazing route). Rapping off a traversing aid route was interesting but a great learning experience. The rock in Zion turns to crap when wet. Most people give the rock 24 hours to dry out after the rain stops.