I did this route yesterday and, while the climbing is quite good I wouldn't do it again or recommend it to others due to the loose blocks on it.
There's a large block about halfway up that I didn't put gear behind as it was hollow sounding - this makes it a bit runout and I'm worried that less experienced leaders - which frequent this area in summer - will put gear behind it and shock load it. At the topout I had placed a cam under the summit block. When I pulled around it I realised that it was a massive detached block, already angled over the cliff edge, and reached back and unclipped my cam. There's a shrub growing behind it and it will probably go by itself one day.
I found the top pretty desperate as I wasn't 100% confident in the gear and you'd hit the ledge on ropestretch - you could do it in two pitches to alleviate this of course.
I know it's people's own responsibility to learn not to put gear behind loose blocks but just thought I'd put out a general heads up as the blocks haven't been mentioned on thecrag or probably the new guidebook.
I did the route with Abby Watkins who was also concerned enough about the blocks that she warned some people off the route who were about to start up it.