Yes, I did it, many years ago with our very own Oenophore. I recall nothing about the first sections: I suppose I would if they had been poorly protected. The crux roof seemed to be a typical mid-range 5.10 roof, and the whole thing was worth doing - once. Ivan might remember more. He posts on Mountain Project, and he would reply if you emailed him. If you are desperate for less well traveled 5.10s, send me a pm. Off the top of my head . . . Nurdland, Something Scary, Outer Space Direct, and G-Forces (Only in the Swain guide) are all pretty good.
The scary part that WW is referring to was the 5.8 second pitch. The combination of lack of gear and it covered in lichen had my attention. She was probably more scared watching me than I was climbing it but I was pretty focused on making sure I didn't fall.
As far as the last pitch goes, I got up to the roof and looked over. I did not see any clean rock. It was covered in lichen. The climb was not calling out to me so I down climbed back to the ledge and rappeled off the tree back to where WW was belaying.
As far as obscure and less traveled 5.10s go, I have done a few, but certainly don't need to do them. IME, routes are usually less traveled for a reason. Plus, I have shifted my focus to the 3 star 5.11's