5.0, you say? Nope. Many register entries confirm our impression that it was more like 5.4 - doable in vibram soles, but only with a top belay (Karon and I both slipped at the same spot, where the angle and friction are such that rock shoes are required for any degree of safety when leading). The prominant rap sling on "the big ledge" is NOT at the halfway point. You can't reach the top on a single rope from here! Go straight up to a smaller ledge, then go left: the alternate of left-then-up leads you under an overhang. Just above the smaller ledge is another rap sling (old and fading) held in place by a stone chock. From here you can reach the top but you may not be able to rappel all the way to the saddle, even if you bring two ropes to rap off! Macho climbers will walk down the 4th class friction of the top pitch, we all used the rope.