Sent in one session, and compared to other 10s is a bit softer in difficulty, and once I figured out beta for the left hand bump sequence it went without much issue. In total, about 7 attempts before sending.
A friendly little arete problem, well worth the effort to find. I was really struggling, trying two different method others have used. I eventually found a third way, one that worked for me at which point it came together quickly. Pretty cool there are at least three completely different ways to do the crux opening sequence. Vid on my instagram.
I was able to hit all the moves on my first session, which I was pretty psyched about given I haven't climbed outside for the last 3 years. It's some stiff moves but there are only a few so it's probably a bit soft for the grade. Given my height (5'3"), I start with a right heel on and a left foot on an edge, and come into the right hand with a thumb pinch. Left foot toe for the right foot release to bring the right foot up to a small edge. I compress to bring my left heel up to the starting block and then statically reach up left hand to the good edge. The next few moves are straight forward and just take a bit of pain tolerance. Really cool boulder and location. Good climb.