Chances are the bolt is safe, nevertheless I feel uncomfortable falling on someone else's bolts and even more uncomfortable falling on the community equipment.
Nowadays, bolts are for babies, and I will disrespect you for that. You can put one bolt at the top of the route, but all the rest demonstrate the childish misconception that you are doing something more committing when you are not. If you want to go on rides, go to an amusement park,stop drilling holes all over the cliff.
For example, here is a beautiful assent by Jonathan Siegrist sending a new line at Red River Gorge, naming it "24 Karats". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vk-GWdG0Z...ture=plpp_video
But there is an illusion here my brothers. The fact of the matter is:
1.) He started on top rope with a heavy drill, and that part is left out of the video because it is ugly.
2.) He is not going to get hurt now any worse now than if he left it a top rope from the beginning.
3.) He appears to be doing something harder, when in fact Jonathan is off route. In reality were no bolts on "14 Karats": That is why when anyone topropes a climb like this it will be done better style.